The main difficulty with networked and distributed spaces like OpenSim is trying to find your way around the 300-plus publicly accessible grids. Exploring and the hypergrid are the two main defining features of OpenSim to me and finding my way around was essential. In this post I will show you four of the main ways that help making exploring via the hypergrid very easy.
Wired UK has a new long and excellent profile of Philip Rosedale, High Fidelity, and Project Sansar by Rowland Manthorpe, deeply delving into the evolution of virtual worlds and what drives them. NWN readers in particular will enjoy findin
The Simpsons teamed up with Google to create an experience sure to make you go, DOH! The Simpsons have done television, film, video games, almost every form of entertainment you can think of. However they’ve yet to make their debut on the hottest new entertainment platform out right now: virtual reality. Well you can officially …
Simon Higby and Clara Prior-Knock of DDB Copenhagen design agency have designed what could be the best helmet concept after H'vding's airbag for cyclists, and it is exactly what you may have guessed: a 3D printed helmet made to look like a head of hair.
So, why just use technology, when you can build it, right? But first—students need the programming know-how in order to do so… And that begins with you!
Whether you choose to embrace the concept or not, it’s becoming more and more important to equip students with coding skills. It’s the new literacy for a generation of students growing up in a digitally-connected world. Having this knowledge not only strengthens general skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, but it will become invaluable in their future as a wide range of industries are eager to hire individuals with programming abilities.
Oculus introduced Avatars and social Rooms with friends. During Oculus’ developer conference keynote, Mark Zuckerberg introduced us to Facebook’s vision of “building great software experiences” that are social with Oculus. A stage that was surprisingly absent of Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey, Zuckerberg demonstrated new social experiences that let you create avatars of yourself and hang …
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