Monthly Archives: June 2012

Cloud Party – Virtual World in a Browser using WebGL and HTML5

Cloud Party is now becoming available with little “cloud” islands that can accommodate up to 25 avatars – see https://its.cloudpartytime.com/ FaceBook login is the norm unfortunately, but you can login anonymously for tests if you do not want to use … Continue reading

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The Ais have it

In continuing experimentation with OpenSim Non-Player Character (NPC) technology (http://opensimulator.org/wiki/OSSLNPC) as part of work on my MSc in e-Learning dissertation, I have collected together the NPC creation, persistence, movement and removal scripts as resources for potential future projects. See http://atate.org/mscel/i-zone/npc/Continue reading

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Ai Austin Interview in Study Exploring the Sustainability of the OpenSimulator Community

Ai Austin participated on 19th June 2012 in an interview for a research study looking at the OpenSimulator community. The interview was conducted in Second Life by: Robin Teigland (www.knowledgenetworking.org) is an Associate Professor at the Center for Strategy and … Continue reading

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