Experience the Meshmoon 3D spaces now in your web browser – no plug-ins or installations needed – with the new WebRocket 1.0. Other news include meshmoon.com facelift, Rocket 2.5.3 release, and more! Read more here: http://eepurl.com/NDCwz
Quite some news: http://blog.cloudparty.com/2014/01/24/a-sunset-for-cloud-party/
They provide Collada export so people can get their worlds / content.
Perhaps they can move to realXtend? This is a perfect example of downsides of proprietary techs, owned by a single company which can just get shut down like that. On open source, anyone and many hosting providers can run the worlds so this would not happen.
We are finally releasing Web client next week, WebTundra made with WebSockets + WebGL — like CloudParty is too — and WebSocket server integrated to Tundra. And friendly Meshmoon hosting, similar to Cloud Party but using realXtend, will feature 1.0 production quality integrated web client.
Interesting times! Also of course intriguing to see what Yahoo will do. But that will also be proprietary and closed, probably takes time too. Who knows perhaps interoperability etc. will be possible also with them eventually etc, with web and possible upcoming vw / 3d internet standards?
Check out the new scripting tutorials here. Also, realXtend Tundra 2.5.1 release (also Win64 version) will be available soon, so stay tuned!
The Rocket viewer version 2.4.1 for the Meshmoon hosting service was launched earlier this week. One of the highlights of the release is a fix to a Mumble VoIP related bug that has been bugging us for a while now. As a result, you should see marked improvements in sound quality over the previous versions, especially in situations with several people in the conversation. We encourage everyone to try out the enhanced VoIP and let us know how it works. The fixes should also be available in the future realXtend Tundra releases, but for now you will need to go to Meshmoon to try out the new VoIP.
The latest Rocket viewer (Win & OSX) is available here. If you have one of the previous versions, autoupdate will get you up to date next time when you launch the rocket. Full changelog is available here