How to create multiuser networked events in Jibe and Unity3d using iTween

In Jibe 2.0 we’ve included an easy system that gives you the power to use iTween to create multiuser networked events. This allows you create shared experiences between avatars using interactive and complex object animations.

Watch my tutorial to learn more!


Video: How to create multiuser networked events in Jibe and Unity3d using iTween

Take care,
-John “Pathfinder” Lester
Chief Learning Officer
ReactionGrid, Inc.

About John Lester (Pathfinder)

John Lester is an expert in Multiuser 3D Virtual Worlds, Immersive Learning, Knowledge Management and Community Development. His background is in neuroscience research and medical education, and he previously worked at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital and Linden Lab. John is currently the Chief Learning Officer at ReactionGrid Inc., helping clients develop new systems for immersive learning using web and mobile-based virtual world platforms. For more contact info please see http://about.me/pathfinder
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2 Responses to How to create multiuser networked events in Jibe and Unity3d using iTween

  1. Geo Meek says:

    The video quits and can not be scrubbed in this window. Video looks great

  2. Geo Meek says:

    Something is breaking the video on this page and on Vimeo’s home page have no idea what it is. Also scrubbing the video breaks it.

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