Kitely is a Content-Filtered open grid. Unlike unfiltered open grids, Kitely enables content creators to decide whether the items they create may be taken to other grids, or will be treated as unexportable content. There are two ways that content creators can specify this preference. The first method is used only for items in Kitely Market: such items have an explicit “Export” flag, which determines whether they can be taken out of Kitely. This method hasn’t changed, and will not be discussed in this blog post. For any objects not acquired from Kitely Market, we use the following rule: if the object has Copy + Transfer (CT) permissions then it may be exported out of Kitely. Otherwise, it may not leave Kitely.
Within virtual worlds like Second Life, Virtual Ability enables professionals, researchers, caregivers and wounded warriors to explore the world once more. These fascinating virtual environments allow community members to go dancing, take walks in the virtual woods, climb mountains and go skydiving. It’s a pretty amazing application of technology.
Hypergrid Business Grids battle against lost hypergrid content Hypergrid Business Most people who've traveled the hypergrid have had the experience of not being able to bring stuff back home, or of mysteriously not being able to take content to...
The Adult Metaverse community on Google Plus was the fastest-growing OpenSim community over the last two months, gaining 121 new members for a new total of 866 users. OpenSim Virtual was in second place, with 108 new...
Open Cobalt Alpha makes available to all people a free and open source platform for constructing, accessing, and sharing virtual workspaces for research and education. This 3D multimedia wiki technology makes it easy to create deeply collaborative and hyperlinked multi-user virtual workspaces, virtual exhibit spaces, and game-based learning and training environments that run on all major software operating systems. By using a peer-based messaging protocol to reduce reliance on server infrastructures for support of basic in world interactions across many participants, Open Cobalt makes it possible for people hyperlink their virtual worlds via 3D portals to form a large distributed network of interconnected collaboration spaces. It also makes it possible for schools and other organizations to freely set up their own networks of public and private 3D virtual workspaces that feature integrated web browsing, voice chat, text chat, and access to remote desktop applications and services.
TUCSON, Ariz.— Researchers believe delivering evidence-based support and education in a virtual environment could offer a comfortable transition for new amputees into functional society, as well as an accessible outlet for those who want to connect.Nova...
The all-new Androidify app, available free from the Google Play Store, lets you take the little green Android mascot and turn it into yourself, your family, your friends… anyone! Then, share them as animated emoticons, GIFs & pics.
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