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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.
 
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.

Revision as of 01:21, 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.

You can try Sirikata out by downloading the current version and then visiting a Sirikata world. The 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.

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

Contact

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