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Virtual Worlds notes

I attended a workshop today by Julia Gaimster at UAL exploring Virtual Worlds, I created an avatar in second life in 2007

I haven't used it much but I keep dipping in and out and its good to keep on top of what changes, I was particularly interested in the open source Virtual Worlds! Open source virtual worlds: Server software - - OpenSimulator is an open source multi-platform, multi-user 3D application server. It can be used to create a virtual environment (or world) which can be accessed through a variety of clients, on multiple protocols. - (Redirected from About Imprudence) Jump to: navigation, search About Imprudence Imprudence is an open source metaverse viewer project based on the Second Life Viewer source. The goal of Imprudence is to greatly improve the usability of the Viewer through community involvement, thoughtful design, modern development methods, and a pro-change atmosphere. For more information about the rationale, goals, and methods of the Imprudence project, please see the Manifesto. UAL support and help - This WIKI is home to a collection of resources relating to Second Life and virtual worlds. Click on the tag list below for quick links to selected topics... - Machinima is the use of real-time 3D computer graphics rendering engines to create a cinematic production. Most often, video games are used to generate the computer animation. Commercial virtual worlds services - ReactionGrid Inc. is a 3D world development company with offices in Orlando FL and Boston MA. Our focus is educational, business and entertainment use of 3D environments. Similar to a modern video game but oriented towards return on investment whether that is time saved, data visualized, or collaboration sessions for training or communications.

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