News & Events
Samuel Axon, January 23, 2010
Besides using Second Life it's fun to also try out all the different platforms and solutions that are available out there. Active Worlds, Blue Mars, SUNs Wonderland, RealXtend and others are all very interesting examples that I believe should be taken into account when making a comprehensive virtual world analysis.
By liaoxiangyun on January 22, 2010
Our project is committed to create collaborative environment by using Project Wonderland, to simulate the process of acupuncture therapy and to train the junior acupuncturist in distance education through Internet
OSI Virtual Education, December 2009
Virtual Warehouse for Business Accounting students to carry out self-directed learning activity using Project Wonderland.
ThinkBalm Publishes Immersive Software Decision-making Guide
Erica Driver, ThinkBalm, January 19, 2010.
In this report, we present "if/then" scenarios and highlight good-fit vendors for common situations, with a focus on the most prevalent use cases: meetings, conferences, and learning and training. The report offers guidance on how to: 1) ask core business questions to frame the discussion, 2) choose a research-and-demo, do-it-yourself, or combination approach, 3) identify requirements based on your use case, and 4) filter your options based on important limiters.
VIRTUAL ILLUSION: Virtual Worlds, Second Life and Metaverse Platforms
By Nelson Zagalo, January 18, 2010
This book will present texts whose focus are the scientific research on uses, effects, developments and applications of various metaverse platforms, such as Second Life, Home (Sony), OpenSimulator, Open Croquet, Activeworlds, Project Wonderland, World of Warcraft and others
Architecture + Project Wonderland Sun's Java Based Virtual World
JeanRicard Broek & Associates, January 18, 2010.
Sun's Wonderland has a new Web Site at http://www.projectwonderland.com/. Two Wonderland features highlighted are the Module Warehouse & Admin Console....
So what’s my point – how do we get the picture instead of the 1,000 words? It is accomplished by leveraging the fantastic technologies that are available to each and every one of us. The needed picture can be provided in the virtual worlds of Second Life and Project Wonderland. These virtual worlds can be used to visualize and “touch” the impact of the systems being deployed...
Maggie Leber, January 19, 2010
The 1/15 Get-together of the Second Life Project Wonderland Interest group was a huge success! we had 25 attendees to hear (despite a SecondLife server crash just as Nicole Yankelovich from Sun Labs began her persentation).
January 16th, 2010 via MaxPing
We are pleased to announce that we have unveiled a new Project Wonderland web site today
January 17, 2010
Nicole Yankelovich (Sun Labs) giving a presentation in SL about Project Wonderland and it's architectural features. Hosted by Maggie Darwin
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