Projects

All past and current projects undertaken by the Open Virtual Worlds team.

ACE Viewer
A Virtual World viewer with modifications to support control via the Kinect.
Virtual Time Window
Using Virtual Worlds for tables based cross reality.
Virtual Actors
Adding life to Virtual World based reconstructions.
GIS Importer
Importing GIS data to model the underlying terrain of a Virtual World.
Chimera
Coordination application allowing a range of applications including Virtual World based installations and pre recorded flythroughs.
NuiLib
An API for simplifying interaction with Natural User Input devices.
XMRMs
External C# control of the OpenSim scene graph.
LAVA Project
Archaeological simulator to help students learn about planning field work.
Demiurge
Fully featured Sim on a Stick packages with both Virtual World client and server bundled.
Virtual Humanitarian Disaster
Training simulation for managing large scale humanitarian disasters.
Virtual St Andrews
An interactive, virtual model of St Andrews.
ViStA Project
Virtual Standrews Project
Mongoose
A TCP Fair Virtual World client.
Routing Island
Teaching Internet routing algorithms using a Virtual World based 3D simulation.
The WiFi Laboratory
A Virtual world tool for teaching about wireless networking.
Understanding St Andrews Castle
MSc Project

  2 comments for “Projects

  1. Amik Monda
    November 22, 2013 at 12:13 am

    I recently visited the Linlithgow Palace reconstructions, Caen Township, and St. Kilda (I came by HG from OSGrid). I am thoroughly impressed by the attention to detail and the presentation. My thanks and compliments to all of your group.
    Have you had any collaboration with Scottish Ten (http://www.scottishten.org/)? I’m not enough of a programmer to know whether the data could be kneaded into compatibility, but they are digitising many historical sites; you and they have St. Kilda in common.

  2. November 22, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    We do have experience taking point cloud data and using that in Virtual Worlds so we would be able to use the Scottish 10 data. In the first instance we are working with Ordinance Survey data, written accounts and photographs to create the reconstruction.

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