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Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by a total of 6,642,422 people from around the globe. Linden Lab is making the source code for the Second Life Viewer available to ... [More]
The Phoenix Project develops two open source, feature rich third-party viewers for accessing Second Life and other virtual world grids. These are our Phoenix Viewer (based on the original Linden Lab 1.5 snowglobe viewer) and our Firestorm Viewer (based off the Linden Lab viewer 2 code base.)
A viewer for Second Life and OpenSim virtual worlds striving to combine the latest and greatest of technology with a well-received classic user interface.
Astra Viewer is the preferred viewer for many AuroraSim based grids, it's based on the sourcecode from 1.23 and Snowglobe
Open-source viewer for connecting to Linden Lab's Second Life world or compatible worlds running on OpenSimulator.
Snowglobe was an open source Second Life-compatible viewer, built jointly by the open source community and Linden Lab. The project has been discontinued in favor of the Second Life Viewer project, which unifies the internal development by Linden Lab and contributions by the open source community.
Kokua Viewer is the spiritual successor to the Imprudence Viewer, but using the latest SL Viewer 3 source as the starting point. Many of the improvements made in Imprudence will be carried forward to Kokua Viewer.
Frequency Edition -- Custom Second Life ViewersHello there :-) I'm hosting my modified versions of GreenLife Emerald and Snowglobe here. The repositories (emerald & snowglobe) are being kept in sync with the official project repositories, which can be found here: http://hg.sfreq.org. The ... [More]
This project goal is to provide open source solution for exploring virtual worlds based on the Second Life 1.23 viewer. This viewer is designed to interop with Linden Lab's virtual world (Grid) implementation.