Posted on October 20, 2010 by 3dxplorer
University of Washington is one of the most active universities in the field of Virtual Worlds and one of the rare ones delivering a certificate in Virtual Worlds, under Randy Hinrichs’ leadership.
Like last year, 3DXplorer is one of the few platforms being studied during this course, in 2010. Last week, I was pleased to speak to this group of very motivated and skillful students, and share with them some elements of our vision, at Altadyn. The evolution of the 3D and especially the web 3D technologies in the past 20 years, different generations of web3D, the corporation requirements for live collaboration technologies based on virtual worlds , other market requirements , as well as the future trends, were among the subjects we covered.
The above are pictures of last week’s virtual classroom in one of the 3DXplorer conference rooms.
I enjoyed the event and look forward to seeing all the 2010 students playing an active role in this market soon, if not already.
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Posted on October 18, 2010 by 3dxplorer
You can see the new avatars if you enter the Altaworld (our 3D lobby accessible from the Meet-in-3D button on our home page) as a guest.
If you have a customized list of avatars in your space, please keep in mind that your list will not be updated automatically. You need to go to the settings’ page of your space and decide if you want your visitors to choose the new avatars or not, and allow them in your space.
The new avatars have been created upon suggestions of two of our most recent customers, both interested in younger avatars.
Enjoy using them!
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Posted on October 14, 2010 by 3dxplorer
You can now test your configuration here, before entering a 3DXplorer space!
Although 3DXplorer is download-free and browser-based, it’s still a relatively sophisticated application: a real-time 3D engine including a multi-user environment with chat, VOIP, desktop sharing, remote control, and much more. As a result, it does require some system and network characteristics as presented here.
The new diagnostic tool provides information on:
- Your network speed up to our servers,
- Your Browser and some of it’s key options,
- Your Java configuration
- And more….
After a period of successful test, this tool will be integrated into all standard logins to any 3DXplorer space. Feel free to try it now, and feedback on this post.
Enjoy your diagnostics!
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