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  • [Question] What is that?! (RSR)

    This may sound stupid, but I cant be the only one. On RSR, when you are underground, what are the red things hanging from the ground above you? Old car light fossils? This is making me nuts and I give up! What are they?

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    LOL
    Tail Light Cavern, a room full of stalactites and stalagmites designed to look like 1950s tail fin lights.

    Right?

    There is a good picture of it here...
    Tail Light Cavern | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Linked it to make sure credit is to that person who took the photograph

    Ta Da!

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      tail lights in taillight caverns
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        Are you referring to these?

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        If so those are tail lights from old cars, I think probably like the 50's and 60's.
        Stalking is when two people go for a long romantic walk together but only one of them knows about it.

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        • #5
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          What you and I might call Stalagmites or Stalactites found in caverns in the real world. In RSR, the place is called Tail Light Caverns.
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          • #6
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            Yes!! Thank you. I guess I was close, thinking they were fossils LoL

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            • #7
              Re: What is that?! (RSR)

              Originally posted by DLandFansAZ View Post
              If so those are tail lights from old cars, I think probably like the 50's and 60's.
              Yeah, but they annoyingly strobe like the taillights of some recently-made cars. I was afraid this would happen once LEDs became more commonly used, both in the parks and regular life. LEDs don't have to strobe (a result of pulse-width modulation), but adjusting their brightness without strobing would require more complex circuits that supply a regulated current. It's far from impractical, though--my little single-AA LED flashlight has several current-regulated modes, for example. I wish that WDI would take the same care in designing/choosing their LED controllers--it's not THAT difficult.

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                • #9
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                  ^^^ good find for a comparision! cool!

                  Ta Da!

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