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== What is Sirikata? ==
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== What is [http://sirikata.com Sirikata]? ==
Sirikata is a BSD-licensed platform for virtual worlds. Instead of a single world, Sirikata lets anyone create a custom virtual world. All the common, core components of virtual worlds are built-in -- servers that simulate the world and distribute content, a graphical client, and scripting language support — allowing you to focus on creating the objects and behaviors unique to your world.
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[http://sirikata.com Sirikata] is a BSD-licensed platform for virtual worlds. Instead of a single world, Sirikata lets anyone create a custom virtual world. All the common, core components of virtual worlds are built-in -- servers that simulate the world and distribute content, a graphical client, and scripting language support — allowing you to focus on creating the objects and behaviors unique to your world.
  
You can try Sirikata out by [http://sirikata.com/blog/download/ downloading the current version] and then [[List_of_Worlds|visiting a Sirikata world]]. The [[Getting_Started_for_Users|user starting page]] has complete instructions, and once you're connected, you'll also find information about getting started with scripting objects and building applications in-world.
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== Try it out ==
  
If you want to extend Sirikata's functionality (add a new scripting language, a different physics simulation, or better rendering), head to the [[Getting_Started_for_Platform_Developers|platform developer's starting page.]]
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You can try Sirikata out by [http://sirikata.com/blog/download/ downloading the current version] and then [[List_of_Worlds|visiting a Sirikata world]]. See the [[Installation|installation]] instructions for full details and then follow the [[Guides/Scripting_Guide|scripting guide]] to learn how to script objects and build applications once you're in-world.
  
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
  
 
We love feedback. You can get in touch [[Communication|in a bunch of ways]] -- via email, IRC, or filing a bug. Any feedback, good or bad, is appreciated!
 
We love feedback. You can get in touch [[Communication|in a bunch of ways]] -- via email, IRC, or filing a bug. Any feedback, good or bad, is appreciated!
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== Developers ==
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If you want to extend Sirikata's functionality (add a new scripting language, a different physics simulation, or better rendering), head to the [[Guides/Platform Development|platform development guide]].
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Looking for something in particular? Use the search in the top right or look through the list of [[Special:AllPages|all pages]].
 
Looking for something in particular? Use the search in the top right or look through the list of [[Special:AllPages|all pages]].

Latest revision as of 02:13, 26 May 2012

What is Sirikata?

Sirikata is a BSD-licensed platform for virtual worlds. Instead of a single world, Sirikata lets anyone create a custom virtual world. All the common, core components of virtual worlds are built-in -- servers that simulate the world and distribute content, a graphical client, and scripting language support — allowing you to focus on creating the objects and behaviors unique to your world.

Try it out

You can try Sirikata out by downloading the current version and then visiting a Sirikata world. See the installation instructions for full details and then follow the scripting guide to learn how to script objects and build applications once you're in-world.

Contact

We love feedback. You can get in touch in a bunch of ways -- via email, IRC, or filing a bug. Any feedback, good or bad, is appreciated!

Developers

If you want to extend Sirikata's functionality (add a new scripting language, a different physics simulation, or better rendering), head to the platform development guide.



Looking for something in particular? Use the search in the top right or look through the list of all pages.