Online værktøj til at lave animerede textures fra animerede GIF filer Second Life Animated Texture Creator - brought to you by Peregrine Salon Animated GIF89a to Second Life Texture Conversion.
Step 1. Select an animated GIF file from your hard drive using the "Browse" button.
Step 2. Enter how many frames per second you would like the animation to play at in SL.
Step 3. Press "Process".
Alternativ Second Life viewer (Bruges på eget ansvar!) Windows, Linix The Hippo OpenSim Viewer is a modified Second Life viewer, targeted at OpenSim users. It allows building up to a height of 10,000 m, scaling prims up to 256x256x256 m and other exciting features. More specific OpenSim features are under development.
http://kirstenleecinquetti.blogspot.dk/ pt. ikke længere aktuel
Alternativ Second Life viewer (Bruges på eget ansvar!) Kirsten Lee's version BEMÆRK: Vedligeholdes ikke længere!
Alternativ Second Life Third Party Viewer.
This site is meant to publish patches and pre-compiled versions of the Second Life viewer for Linux.
You will find Linux 64 bits and Windows 64 bits builds on this site, and links to MacOS X builds can be found in the Latest MacOS X Releases section of the forum
Formålet med dette værktøj er at du kan lave en præsentation og Moodle, bestående af billeder, websider og video. Dine tilhørere, feks. studerende eller kunder, kan så se præsentationen i Moodle eller i Second life. Dette opnås ved at gemme en liste af URL's i Moodle databasen, og ud af dem lave et script til Second Life. For at virke i Second Life, skal objektet skal have adgang til "parcel media settings" (medieindstillingerne for grunden).
LSL programering. Welcome to the LSL Wiki, an effort to document the LSL scripting language of Second Life. This wiki is intended as an open documentation resource to help scripters of all skill levels. Anyone can contribute, so feel free to jump in.
PresoMatic Turbo er et gratis præsentations værktøj til brug i Second Life. Er pre-loaded med instruktioner om i opsætningen af brug af PowerPoint præsentationer. Kan bruges til træning og udvikling, instruktion, erhverv, e-Commerce, e-Learning, administration og lignende opgaver. Præsentations værktøjet og vejledningen af dens program og konstruktion er lavet af Dr. Allen Partridge, underviser på University of Pennsylvania, kører the Applied Media and Simulation Games Center. Han har i de sidste 2 år brugt Second i undervisning af eLearning, spil, og distance kurser.
Den er "full perms" (full permissions) og fås gratis på Edtech sim'en eller Adobe sim'en (begge inworld).
Gå på Second life's markedsplads og søg efter: PresoMatic Turbo
OpenSimulator is a 3D Application Server. It can be used to create a 3D Virtual World (ala Second Life(tm)), and includes facilities for creating custom avatars, chatting with others in the environment, building 3D content in world, and creating complex 3D applications in world. OpenSimulator can also be extended via loadable modules or web service interfaces to build more custom 3D Applications. OpenSimulator is released under a BSD License, making it both open source, and commercially friendly to embed in products
Ann Enigma’s Second Life Autoscript (http://3greeneggs.com) Second Life scripting goes from elementary to extremely advanced. I know firsthand that many of us are curious, but fear getting started. I’m here to shine a light on the fact that there are tutorials and exceptionally easy-to-use tools to smooth your path into Linden Scripting Language! Tip focuses on Ann Enigma’s Autoscript, a wonderful tool which has made a difference for many Residents. With a few clicks, you can make a script, then examine and edit it further. Only problem is: it hasn’t been getting enough exposure, so a lot of people who could’ve been helped by it… didn’t know it existed!
Studio Wikitecture, Wikitecture Tree Studio Wikitecture is an open group, composed of a diverse range of individuals from varying disciplines, interested in exploring the application of a open-source paradigm to the design and production of both real and virtual architecture and urban planning. Our group has, over the last year, been using the virtual world Second Life as a collaborative platform for conducting ‘Wikitecture’ projects to work out the exact procedures and protocols necessary to harness a group’s collective intelligence in designing architecture. In other words, in much the same way Wikipedia enables a loose, self-organizing network of contributors to collaborate on content creation, the Studio Wikitecture group has been using these projects to work out the manner by which a group of geographical disperse individuals can come together to share ideas, edit the contributions of others, and to vote on the success or failure of proposed design iterations. To this end, for our third project we teamed up with the software designers, i3dnow, and developed a unique inworld interface and accompanying website. The ‘Wiki-Tree’ as we call it, acts as a version tracking system that works very much like a conventional Wiki, but instead of tracking text documents in a linear history as you see in Wikipedia, the ‘Wiki-Tree’ tracks versions of 3-dimensional models and saves them within a continually evolving 3-dimensional digital tree ‘canopy’. Along with version tracking of the various designs, the interface allows members to vote and leave comments around the evolving designs.
Imprudence: Alternativ Second Life viewer About Imprudence Imprudence is an open source metaverse viewer project based on the Second Life Viewer source. The goal of Imprudence is to greatly improve the usability of the Viewer through community involvement, thoughtful design, modern development methods, and a pro-change atmosphere.
Powerpoint sider konverteret med Cooliris, til live præsentationer i Second Life, uden at skulle uploade hver Powerpoint side som texture.
OMVViewer-light is a text only client for 3D metaverses such as Linden Lab's SecondLife (tm), but is also compatable with other virtual world based systems using the LL protocol, based on servers such as OpenSim or Simian. It provides a mainly text only interface to the 3D virtual world. Its not completly text as you can see some textures and a map etc. But its a light weight interface compared to a full 3D rendering system. So Why?, well its useful to be able to just chat from work, or answer Business or Friend IM's. Keep an eye on whats happening in your sim, or just interact with friends from a computer that is not up to the full 3D experience. So what can it do? - A list of some of the main features is below - * Chat to near by Avatars * Send and Recieve IM's and Group IM's * See a radar of near by Avatars * See a map with Avatar positions shows * Follow Avatars * Read profiles * Scan for near by objects, then touch, sit, pay, take, take copy etc (as allowed) * Access inventory, give inventory to Avatars * See group info, past notices * See the parcel map, access lists and dwell * Search for people, places and events * Teleport to landmarks, or specific locations * Change clothes and outfits * Read notecards
tools, værktøjer, hjælpemidler, kalendere, det hele...eller næsten. * Noticeboards and signs * Orientation Tools * Buildings (See also furniture) * Rezzers * Presentation tools and white boards * Data Processing * Furniture * Avatar and visitor loggers * Translators * Graphic Orgnaizers * Back up inventory * Blog, Twitter, Facebook * Time and Calendars * Photography and Machinima * Avatar emotions and actions * Learning Management System interface * Combination tools * Cool gadget makers, shops and freebie sites
Third Party Viewer for Second life, OpenSim and other grids.
The Phoenix Firestorm Project Inc. is a non-profit, incorporated organization whose mandate is to improve the user experience in Second Life and other virtual worlds by providing an advanced open source viewer with greater features, options and interface flexibility than the standard offering by Linden Lab. The project has approximately 80 volunteers working for it and are managed through departments divided up as Development, Support and Quality Assurance. We provide live support 24/7 in nine different languages inside of Second Life through our support groups and on the web via our issue tracker.
The Phoenix Firestorm Project is currently active in developing the Firestorm Viewer, the successor to the now discontinued Phoenix Viewer. Firestorm Viewer is based on the Linden Lab V3 LGPL code base and has an enormous number of features, options and interface customization choices, including a look similar to its predecessor Phoenix Viewer. Firestorm is developed for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.