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“…The openness of the virtual worlds is in consistence with the principles of modern education which emphasizes free knowledge and curiosity stimulation. The positive aspects of using OpenSim were already recognized by Konstantinidis et al (2010), Che et al (2011), Lapin (2009), or Henckel and Lopes (2009.…”
Section: Adaptation Of the Virtual Worlds In Tourism Educationmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…The openness of the virtual worlds is in consistence with the principles of modern education which emphasizes free knowledge and curiosity stimulation. The positive aspects of using OpenSim were already recognized by Konstantinidis et al (2010), Che et al (2011), Lapin (2009), or Henckel and Lopes (2009.…”
Section: Adaptation Of the Virtual Worlds In Tourism Educationmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…They want to attach code to in-world objects client so as to change how an object behaves depending on the client accessing it. Stellar Sim (Henckel and Lopes, 2010) is another system which uses a plug in mechanism to perform script style actions. This visualises the orbits and behaviors of planetary objects in outer space in OpenSim using a Region Module based plug in mechanism.…”
Section: Extending Virtual World Capabilitiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sloodle is an open software that links the LMS Moodle with Second Life, enables data exchange and some learning tools to be added in-world from the avatar's inventory (Leidl & Rößling, 2007). StellarSim supports the automatic creation of 3D objects for simulation in astrophysics domain and has been included as plug-in architecture for OpenSim (Henckel & Lopes, 2010). The DWeb3D Toolkit aims to provide a set of tools to reduce the effort of developing 3D applications with X3D (Quintella, et al, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%