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  • It's called OpenSimulator, and it is essentially a free knockoff of Second Life.

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  • "It's called OpenSimulator, and it is essentially a free knockoff of

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  • OpenSimulator openspace opportunity optical illusion options

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  • You see, Second LIfe servers run proprietary software and while OpenSimulator is an open source server system, it was written entirely without help by Second Life programmers.

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  • Open Cobalt and OpenSimulator, both of which Jeff cites in his article, are two of several virtual worlds technologies endorsed by the Immersive Education Initiative.

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  • Still, some who have tried OpenSimulator have been underwhelmed.

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  • ReactionGrid, a company that sells space on OpenSimulator worlds, says professors are switching to their service from Second Life.

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  • He said more than 2,000 educators have set up accounts on his OpenSimulator world, called Education Grid.

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  • Professors can also call the Immersive Education Initiative, an organization in Boston that gives away free land in OpenSimulator and other open-source virtual worlds for educators and helps them design simulations and other teaching activities there.

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  • Any college with a spare server and some staff time can use the OpenSimulator software and play God to a virtual world.

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