A few months ago I read a magazine article about crop circles and looked at the beautiful patterns and thought, “That would be a great OpenSim building activity”. At the time, we were still working on our first project, TechnoSpirit, so I “filed that one away”. I had discussions previously with one of our Junior [...]
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Yesterday I noted a tweet by Maria Korolov, the editor and publisher of Hypergrid Business. Her tweet said, “OpenSim on a USB Stick…” When I first started researching the use of OpenSim in education, I recall reading something about this however, I was still getting my head around the basics of this kind of virtual [...]
It’s been an exciting couple of weeks as the time draws closer to introduce Begonia Island to the students who are part of our Project Team. During this time, I’ve learnt about OAR files (OpenSim Archives) and have been amazed at what they offer OpenSim users. What is an OAR file? The OAR file system [...]