Sunday, December 8, 2019

2019 #VWEDU: #DTA: Target markets for OpenSimulator: Students, instructors, organizations, presentations, collaborative meetings

Target markets for OpenSimulator:  

Students, instructors, organizations, 
presentations, collaborative meetings 

Consideration of potential markets for OpenSimulator and what Opensim needs to penetrate them.
Virtual classroom

Potential market

  • Organizations:  Schools, companies
  • Students: Online, on campus, on virtual campus
  • Instructors: On campus or at home
  • Presentations: Small discussion groups with interest focus.
  • Collaboration: Online work groups

What we need

  • Simplified onboarding: Specialized learning limited to user needs.
  • Scenegate
  • Improved security
  • Distance from games and porn
  • Resources to make scene creation easy
  • Object scripting to differentiate a 3D place from a picture (even a 3D one)


Advantages of Opensim 

Online benefits

Virtual world benefits

OpenSimulator benefits

  • Low cost
  • Save and own your products.
  • Run your own copy in-house and on your private network.
  • A version on your private network can meet security requirements.

Kitely Organizations benefits



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