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Opensimulator is the future of the ‘3D Web’. Open code, open protocols. Sure, there are closed-off implementations that promise a few bells and whistles, but once you’ve experienced the power of running your own simulator, you won’t want to return to the walled garden again.

I build primarily, and I enjoy the fact that I can export my content to a safe backup that I control. Using a simple command at the console, “save oar <filename>.oar” my whole region is backed up, safe and sound. When I first started, I wanted this feature immediately. Now, with opensim I can build my heart out and know that off-site backup is possible and not locked away in server farm out of my reach.

You can link regions into your own creative collective, have a private grid at home or a standalone to let your kids learn on without any interference. It is the power of collaborative 3D spaces where it belongs, in the hands of everyone.

Happy opensim-ing!

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Opensimulator is the future of the ‘3D Web’. Open code, open protocols. Sure, there are closed-off implementations that promise a few bells and whistles, but once you’ve experienced the power of running your own simulator, you won’t want to return to the walled garden again.

I build primarily, and I enjoy the fact that I can export my content to a safe backup that I control. Using a simple command at the console, “save oar <filename>.oar” my whole region is backed up, safe and sound. When I first started, I wanted this feature immediately. Now, with opensim I can build my heart out and know that off-site backup is possible and not locked away in server farm out of my reach.

You can link regions into your own creative collective, have a private grid at home or a standalone to let your kids learn on without any interference. It is the power of collaborative 3D spaces where it belongs, in the hands of everyone.

Happy opensim-ing!

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