More wandering at the birthday bash... I aimed for somewhere slightly familiar at first, the "Emphatic Eccentricia" build by Veleda Lorakeet. I used to run with that crowd myself for a while. Anyway, the build is typically creative and intriguing, and eventually I wound up standing on top of it and looking out on all the rest of the weirdness.
This is all weird in the Electrify sim, by the way. Which also contains an Avatar Basketball exhibit. I was just made for avatar basketball.
Then I wandered out of Electrify and into Enchant. I was looking for something specific, but chanced upon the 1920s Berlin exhibit along the way.
The place I was actually looking for, though, was "Dare to Dream to Fly", by Meg Madrigal, another person who's spent a lot of time on my f-list. I remember her asking me questions about how to script those interesting lighter-than-air vehicles, and me being no earthly help to her at all. Never mind.
The exhibit includes a cloud you can lounge on, while it carries you up to great heights.
Reasonably great heights. High enough to see some more weirdness, including the fringe of the great four-sim Cake Stage.
I passed on, and out, it seems, to Raglan Shire's exhibit. I spent a lot of time lounging on clouds.
It's a civilised sort of place.
I ventured into a high-tech ziggurat - you can see it in the top-right corner of the first picture of Meg's place. It is the "New World Enlightenment Fun House", apparently. It is confusing inside, like being trapped in a spirograph.
I will pause there, so this post doesn't become unmanageable. I haven't covered a tenth of what's there to see in those sims. And they're only a small part of SL12B, too. It's quite an event.