Origins is a private, non-HG Opensim grid run by avatar James Hardman. The landing point is a commercial shopping center with many places to rent for product sales in Gloebits. HG Address is open for two weeks, until 6-1-2017 at http://login.id-vr.com:8002/ Web site is http://www.originsvirtualworlds.com/
SkyLife grid’s 100-region variable-sized region that is a recreation of the Area 51 location in Nevada.
Free residential parcels on the Western-themed WestWorld grid.
A Wild West-themed welcome region for the open grid WestWorld, with a very complete selection of Linda Kellie freebies in the main building, as well as freebie shops with content from other designers elsewhere on the region. There are also community meeting spaces, including a conference room and a bar, teleport links to in-world destinations, and a hypergate […]
Welcome region on the Encitra Home Grid, owned by Encitra, a California-based startup dedicated to creating 3D simulations of proposed transportation and real estate projects. This region includes a meeting facility.
This is a jump region for grids running older versions of OpenSim and located in the central coordinates. It automatically forwards avatars along to the main Hyperica hyperport, the largest on the hypergrid. Gates to all the major grids and shopping destinations. Includes some small freebie shops with hyperlinks back to their parent store locations.
Home region of the Diva’s Office grid, owned by hypergrid inventor and OpenSim core developer Crista Lopes. She is known as Diva Canto in-world, and is also a professor of informatics at the University of California, Irvine. Region is home to some hypergrid teleporters to other worlds, and a small collection of freebies.
Welcome region of the Virtual GLC grid, a virtual tour of Virginia Tech’s Graduate Life Center. Includes a virtual copy of the graduate residence hall and an outdoor lecture area.
Welcome region on the 3DCoLab grid, home of the virtual worlds development company of the same same. The region is home to a virtual recreation of Detroit’s Michigan Central Station.