The expansion of the KDC facilities led to the acquisition of the remains of a federal correctional facility that had ended up decommissioned before it had a chance to pay itself back. One of our interns suggested that we could probably refurbish the brand new containment units as “private prison cells you can install at home”.
The KDC prison cell is set up to hide the “click/touch” cursor when on an area that cannot be interacted with. The following zones can be interacted with:
For increased realism, the KDC Prison cell script performs advanced checks to decide whether you can interact with it at any given time. Most of the touch restrictions begin effect once the cell door is closed.
By default, the KDC Prison cell will attempt to apply RLV restrictions to all the cell occupants with an RLV Relay, as soon as the door is closed.
If The KDC Experiment Second Life experience is enabled on the current parcel, it will also use this feature to recapture avatars that manage to get out of the cell. NOTE: If RLV-Relay teleport is enabled, the cell will only attempt to use RLV teleport if it cannot use experience teleport.
The KDC Prison Cell has a number of configuration flags built-in, they use the typical way of renaming notecards to enable/disable a given feature.
If you aren't sure of the syntax for a given flag, a brief explanation can be read within the notecard itself.
Rename this notecard to enable/disable the RLV-based prisoner escape prevention.
IMPORTANT! Do not enable this feature unless parcel teleport routing is set to “Anywhere”! (About Land > Options > Teleport Routing)
If enabled, the cell will periodically check for escapees (within the same region) and teleport them back into the cell if they have an RLV Relay.
NOTE: If Experience & RLV-Relay teleport are both enabled, the cell will only attempt to use RLV teleport if it cannot use experience teleport.
Controls the RLV-relay camera restrictions.
The KDC Prison Cell door has a built-in, configurable 5 character label.
In “Auto” mode, when the door is closed, the cell will generate a unique, permanent prisoner ID according to the first avatar found inside the cell.
If you'd prefer to use your own label or to make it static, you can use up to 5 characters (or turn the feature off by leaving the option blank). Supported characters: A-Z a-z 0-9 dashes (-) and dots (.)
The KDC Prison Cell comes with an outside light bar and a ceiling light that can be toggled on and off. This behavior can be tweaked with config.light.inner and config.light.outer
NOTE: If both the inner and outer light are set to either “On” or “Off”, flicking the light switch is be disabled.
This feature allows to “soft” convert any lock used on the prison cell door to Time-Release padlocks, which is especially useful for public spaces where visitors can use their own locks. It guarantees that you won't have to manually reset cells with abandoned locks.
NOTES: Unlike the KDC Lattice Cage, the KDC Prison Cell door does not open automatically after the elapsed time, and if the waist-high hatch is closed, the prisoner inside will be unable to remove the lock or actuate the door handle to free themselves.
Sometimes it can be useful to restrict which locks can be used if you are building a roleplay prison, or for your private containment area. This feature allows you to define a list of LockIDs that the KDC Prison Cell will accept.
Since it stretches a bit the TouchBound lock “concept”, this is an experimental feature at the moment.
NOTE: Multiple LockIDs can be defined one after the other.
On keyed lock and key sets, the LockID will be written in the locks & keys description after they have been initialized.
The KDC prison Cell comes with a small assortment of accessory parts to complement it.
The sit-enabled furnitures are compiled with the “KDC Experiment” Second Life experience enabled, in order to restrict sitting properly, the experience is required.
The beds come in 3 simple variants, the top and bottom bunks are configured slightly differently in how they restrict use (to prevent someone on the floor above from using the top bunk).
The “mattress” is a variant with the frame hidden and a kneeling pose rather than sitting poses.
They come with one animation and there are several parts that you can show or hide depending on the style of your cell:
The two provided variants demonstrate a “low” and “high” security configuration.
It has its own script with the same advanced touch control system as the one built into the cell main script.
The entire Cell has been designed to be easily edited, almost all the textures can be tinted and the scripts will be able to handle most of them. But for convenience, I've included an owner-only “aspect menu” to be able to quickly configure a few elements without having to rely on editing.
That being said, it is NOT designed for in-depth editing, and you can remove it if you have no use for it.
Accessing the aspect menu is owner-only, by clicking the ceiling lamp inside the cell.
The texture box contains full perm versions of a bunch of the textures that were made for the cell, the Outland textures are free to use for your own project, but the ones with a KDC copyright mention in the description are for personal use only.