The Egg is very interactive. There are dance areas -- with unique animations -- throughout. I particularly liked next to the kaleidoscopic sculpture which I show in an animated GIF below.
Make sure to visit the interior of the egg and the other large structures when visiting - the two images below with dark backgrounds are interior photographs. There are teleports and steps to the interiors of the structure, but you can just fly up and pass through the exterior of the objects as I did.
To visit this highly recommended art installation:
Livio recommends the following when visiting for an optimal experience.
- Use the region default Windlight (note: all photography in this post uses the default Windlight Sky Setting for the region)
- Use the best Graphics Setting your computer can handle. Try to at least have the Advanced Lighting Model enabled in Preferences, Graphics
- Make sure you have sounds turned on (note: moving the sound tab to maximum in the upper right hand corner of your viewer will give the best effect)
- Make sure you have Particles turned on in Preferences, Graphics
Livio recommends the following post from the Theosophy Trust site to find out more about the symbolic meaning of The Egg.
Livio Korobase has a Flickr site:
To see my 2013 review of Musiclandia, another excellent art installation by Livio at the Linden Endowment of the Arts:
To see more coverage and photography of The Egg check out the following blogs:
To find our more about other LEA Artist-In-Residents and their art installations which will soon be opening and open for visiting through the end of 2015:
To see a current listing of more interesting places to visit in Second Life:
I constructed these animated GIFs from 18 - 30 individual frames each over at ezgif.com.