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Japanese institute will develop for UWs Croquet platform

Madison, Wis. The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) of Japan has signed a $200,000 contract with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to develop new educational uses for Croquet , an open-source operating system that UW-Madison made available to developers in...

The Croquet Project: An open source solution to the OS monopoly

Madison, Wis. - In Victorian England, the game of croquet was a completely neutral area where social ranking and gender didn't matter, and people could share the latest news without inhibition. For the past few years, it has been the goal of a research team working from the University of Wi...

UW-Madison releases open 3D collaboration environment

...Source: www.opencroquet.org Madison, Wis. The croquet Project , a joint software development effort amon...ndale California, has announced the release of the croquet developers release code named Jasmine. Jasmine is ...f information officer and director of DoIT. The croquet Project has generated much interest among the soft...

UW open-source 3D environment tapped for commercial development

... is the latest partner in the development of the croquet Project at UW-Madison, a graphical communications...ando that it has begun developing software for the croquet system to see how it can be applied to military an...ef marketing officer for 3Dsolve. Its obvious that croquet is an excellent vehicle for e-learning, and lends ...

International eyes drawn to Madison's games research

... North Carolina company 3DSolve will develop for Croquet. Read more. A national institute of Japan also plans to work with UW-Madison's croquet project. Early adopter: the military The U.S. Department of Defense is one of the biggest users of video games for training, having jumped on th...
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