It’s not unreasonable to assume that whenever you meet someone in a virtual world or MMO with enormous, gravity-defying breasts, they’re probably a man in real-life. But it seems that in Second Life, female users are flocking to a virtual store called Smashing Prims that’s selling realistically bouncing breasts for their avatars.
This is big news, because these breasts actually move like real ones, as opposed to being two immovable globes stuck on the front of an avatar. Check the video above for proof. Apparently it’s down to two Second Life techy features, ‘flexi prims’ and ‘sculpties’, which allow users to use building blocks that react to wind and gravity, and simulate organic shapes.
“My intention is to provide women with the option to make their avatar a bit more realistic, by mimicking the motion of real breasts,” says the store owner Raven Ivanova. “It’s the same reason why I and other SL creators make realistic skins. We are trying to reproduce reality.”
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