One-Click DreamWorld Opensimulator for Windows
The Outworldz DreamGrid 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. DreamGrid automatically configures routers for the Hypergrid with Plug and Play. It is preconfigured for the Hypergrid, and has the "Diva" version of OpenSim Diva’s WiFi admin interface running in Grid mode. It takes just one click to launch and enjoy the seamless border crossings and Second Life compatibility.
You can finally have an easy-to-use virtual world with HyperGrid capability, automatic backup and easy-to-load simple OpenSim Archive (OAR) and Inventory (IAR) files.
Download DreamGrid as a Zip File. Extract to an empty folder and run "Start.exe".
Here are older Versions
Source Code - https://github.com/Outworldz/DreamWorld
How to Start and how to log in:
You need to create a new grid, which wil take many steps to complete. The Startup.htm page shows you how to do this.
Usually you can just run the Help-Network Diagnostics and it will tell you what to do. And you can troubleshoot manually.
The zip file should be extracted into a new folder, then click Start.exe. Answer a few questions to create your first avatar and it is ready to go. Switch between Bullet, ODE and UbODE physics engines with just a click.
You can also create multiple regions, give them any name and make them any size, and if you are non-commercial, get a free Vivox voice account.
The main setup screen is shown below:
Help And Troubleshooting
You can comment (see way below) if you have questions or want to pass on tips.
You will get faster answers by using the Opensimulator Dreamworld Google Plus Community.
Gigabytes of free content included
There is a lot of ready-to-go curated content that you can load with just a click. You can also travel the Hypergrid and collect things to build your new world.
Want to help? Please contribute your OAR and IAR files at this link. It needs to be in a zip file, with a text files with description, Author, and any credits any Creative Commons license you want to include.
This work would not be possible without all the thousands of contributions of the Opensim community.
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