Looking for OpenSim with HyperGrid capabiliy? Outworldz DreamWorld might be what you need.

One of the great advantages of teaching with SoaS is the fact that Sim-on-a-Stick works offline. For some educators, however, this feature may actually be detrimental to their goals. They may want to create a grid instead of just one virtual world. They might even want to open their virtual world to the HyperGrid, so that educators and students from other grids may visit their sim. For those educators, Outworldz DreamWorld is probably a better option than SoaS.


The Outworldz DreamWorld is a free, pre-packaged Windows-compatible virtual reality Opensimulator system that is easy to install, easy to run, and powerful. It it free and is open source.
Anyone can run their own grid from home or at work. DreamWorld automatically configures routers for the Hypergrid with Plug and Play. It is preconfigured for the Hypergrid, and has both the "Diva" version of OpenSim 0.8.2.1 with Diva’s WiFi admin interface, and the latest Version (0.9) of Opensimulator for you to use. It takes just one click to switch between 0.8.21 and Opensim 0.9 and enjoy the seamless border crossings and Second Life compatibility.

DreamWorld creator Fred Beckhusen made a video tutorial explaining how to install and the basic features of this OpenSim system.




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