|Classic shock collar|
The shock box can be opened by clicking it when the collar is unlocked. Doing so will open it's protective lid and reveal the inside.
On the left side will be an empty socket, you can click this area to install a radio frequency module (or if one is already installed, to remove it).
There are 200 possible frequencies, from 88.1 Mhz to 108.1Mhz, when a radio frequency module is insterted, the collar will react to any radio message sent on this channel.
On the right side is a two positions red switch used to toggle the anti bark function on and off. The anti bark function will automatically shock the wearer based on the following criterias:
The anti bark function require no specific configuration as it will automatically tune itself to the wearer's average speech “quantity” and punish him for going over the average, thus encouraging this average to drop.
The provided remote has 3 memory banks to save your most frequently used frequencies (click one of the green/red pips to select a slot, click the screen to change/erase the content of that slot.
The remote can broadcast two different commands:
The remote can be worn on HUD, or rezzed for public use (it might require resizing as HUD objects are larger than usual). Only the OWNER of the remote can change the content of the memory slots, but anyone can select a slot.
The KDC Classic shock collar come with an easy to use coloring HUD that allow you to change the color and textures of the main outer leather, the strap backing, collar padding and also the metal used for the rivets, buckles and rings.
This table contains all the special poses that the shock collar can initiate, the source object the the first object that you click in the touch sequence, while the target object is the second object in the sequence.
Some chaining combinations will offer you to add a specific bound poses, if the current avatar limb configuration allows it.
Some poses only use one arm at a time, which allows you to either bind both arms in the same pose, or use a different pose on the remaining arm. Check the corresponding column.
|Pose||Source object||Target object||Description & examples||single wrist|
|Tight front||Collar front ring||Any wrist cuff||One hand is tied at the front of the collar.||yes|
|Low front||Collar front ring||Any wrist cuff||Similar to “tight front” but in a lower, more relaxed position.||yes|
|Low back||Collar rear lock/ring||Any wrist cuff||Similar to “low front” but in the back.||yes|
|Inv. prayer||Collar rear lock/ring||Any wrist cuff||A very tight and high back bound pose.||yes|
|Over head||Collar rear lock/ring||Any wrist cuff||The wrist is bound to the back of the collar in an overhead fashion.||yes|
|Stooped||collar front shackle||belt front ring||The wearer is forced to bend forward.||N/A|
|Straight||collar back ring||belt back ring||The wearer is forced to bend backward.||N/A|
The shockbox sends the following linkmessages for 3rd party developpers.
//When the radio module or the bark function have been engaged/disengaged. llMessageLinked(LINK_SET, -90000, (string)bool_radio_enabled, (key)bool_anti_bark_enabled); //When the user is being shocked. llMessageLinked(LINK_SET, -90001, (string)shock_length, "");