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Jan 13, 2008

Metaplace builds a different architecture for virtual worlds

Via Technology Review

Metaplace is building a system that's designed to treat virtual worlds like other content on the Web. With Metaplace, designers can build worlds using a markup language, style sheets, modules, and a scripting language. Every world acts like a Web server, and every object in a world has a URL. What this means for users of these worlds is that they can move seamlessly from the rest of the Web into the virtual world and back again. A user can browse to any object in a Metaplace world from outside, and every object can be linked to the rest of the Web and exchange information with Web services. 

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