|HUD offers options for Eye Control, Expression Control and Hand Control|
As a Second Life photographer for several years, I've known the agony of eye control issues. While working with models, I was forced to use prims to direct eyes in proper directions. If I served at the model, I either had to bring on an alt to take the photos or use difficult camera tricks to try to avoid the dreaded crossed eyes.
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The Anypose Expression HUD is a free HUD from the creators of the Anypose System, a pose stand system that allows pose and animation creation as well as pose adjustment (meaning the hand through the leg pose can become the hand resting casually on the leg pose). The free HUD offers a level of eye control that has been a Second Life need for ages. With the HUD, eyes can be positioned in 9 different positions that look natural and photograph well. The HUD also allows a photographer to adjust the eyes of a model, controlling his or her eyes, expressions and and hand positions (permission is required, so don't get any pranking ideas).
|Corrected Eyes Look Natural|
While this HUD is a lifesaver for photographers, it also has benefits for the vain among us. With the HUD, you can go about your Second Life without worry about eyeball positioning turning your avatar from the sexy stud he is into this:
|Unless, of course, you choose to look like this by using the Second Life default expressions in the HUD.|
The HUD also includes hand control, which allows you to choose from the Second Life hand positions, regardless of what your animations or poses think you should use. Check it out on Marketplace. It's more than worth the price.