Use Open Wonderland to build your virtual world! Create dynamic learning environments, collaborative business applications, or interactive, multi-user simulations. Start with a blank slate, or modify an existing world. While some types of worlds can be created by end-users or 3D artists, this toolkit is designed primarily for developers familiar with the Java programming language. As a developer, you can extend any part of the system and add functionality by creating modules, the Wonderland version of plugins. Click the Browse button above to explore the extensions currently available in the Wonderland Module Warehouse.
Getting Started & Troubleshooting – Please Review
By Nicole Yankelovich The WonderBuilders team has just completed drafts of two new documents: Open Wonderland Getting Started Guide Open Wonderland Troubleshooting Guide Before we add these links to the Documentation Wiki and Open Wonderland web site, we would appreciate...
Experimenting with New Navigation Paradigms
By Nicole Yankelovich In my work with clients, one common concern is how long it will take users to learn to use Open Wonderland. Moving the avatar around a space is typically one of the clients’ biggest concerns. To address...
The Open Wonderland community received a video holiday greeting from community member Nisarg Naik: Thanks Nisarg. Happy Holidays to you and to to everyone in the community!
Educators in Nigera are using Open Wonderland to help bridge the educational, gender, economic, social, and technological divides in Africa and worldwide.
The +Spaces team has implemented a debating tool in Open Wonderland as another way of engaging citizens.
Game developers in Singapore now have a new avenue to try to find publishers — showcasing their games in the Singapore Games Village, part of the Media Development Authority of Singapore’s new Games Solution Center. Now the incubator will also offer a virtual world, based on the Open Wonderland platform, where developers can demonstrate their games to potential distributors.