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“…Literature has covered broader spectrum topics about NVEs: usage of NVEs as basis for persuasive systems ( [1]), integration of NVEs with low cost sensors ( [2]). On the other hand, [8] has focused on the network traffic aspects of OWL, proposing several models for the outgoing traffic of OWL clients.…”
Section: Previous Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Literature has covered broader spectrum topics about NVEs: usage of NVEs as basis for persuasive systems ( [1]), integration of NVEs with low cost sensors ( [2]). On the other hand, [8] has focused on the network traffic aspects of OWL, proposing several models for the outgoing traffic of OWL clients.…”
Section: Previous Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Open Wonderland (OWL) is an Open Source NVE, which has been previously used as basis for the development of a pervasive system over a NVE, "Virtual Valley" [1], [2]. There are several reasons that make OWL a suitable testing bench: a GPL v2 license, usage of Java technologies to ensure portability and freedom to deploy a OWL instance on a wide range of configurations and infrastructures.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Valley is an example of a virtual world integrated in an AAL environment for telerehabilitation. In [13] we describe the spaces inside the virtual world. As explained in the next section, Virtual Valley is based on Open Wonderland virtual world platform and integrates low cost motion controllers (e.g.…”
Section: Virtual Valley Virtualmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Given the acceptance of virtual world paradigm and following the recent proliferation of the so-called ''persuasive systems'' focused on motivating healthy lifestyle habits [1], our research group has developed a persuasive system called ''Virtual Valley'', relying on the virtual world concept [2,3]. Virtual Valley is based on Open Wonderland, a Java open source software for creating collaborative 3D virtual worlds (also known as Collaborative, Networked or Distributed Virtual Environments).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%