After playing in Second Life, Inworldz and OSGrid and a few other less active worlds, we decided it was time to get our own sim. In SL and in InWorldz, that costs “Real money”, and anyway, it will never be your own sim.
We had heard about the open simulator project and thought it sounded interesting, but after trying and failing a couple of times, we decided on a compromise. In OSGrid, you can have your own sim for free, as long as you host it on your own computer. That was a little easier. The software had been adapted, slightly, to OSGrid and was easier to work with. Also, the support forum was extremely nice and helpful.
After only a day or two, we had our own sim up and running. It will take quite a lot of work to make it look nice, but it’s already a complete island with avatars and imported objects, that we’ve created in other worlds.This entry was posted in Articles, Umrion and tagged 3d, Opensim, OSGrid by admin and comments are closed.