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Will the future of virtual world’s be in the browser? Interview with Avi Bar-Zeev

Friday, August 8, 2008


So here it is, as promised in my previous post, my interview with Avi Bar-Zeev! Avi is a key virtual world thinker, now with Microsoft, who has put time and energy “into trying to figure out where the real value is with 3D.” Avi was co-founder of Keyhole, maker of Earthviewer (which later became Google […]

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Xenki: An “In Your Browser Viewer” for OpenSim and Second life

Thursday, August 7, 2008


The story of Xenki, an in your browser viewer for OpenSim and Second Life (you can download the source on Forge.OpenSimulator), began with a stream of tweets from Dr_Manhattan (Kyle Gomboy, avatar G2 Proto) – power house of the Microsoft Developer Community in OpenSim (see Project Manhattan), and Second Life (see here) – announcing the […]

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