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|Engine||Proprietary (3DXServer), GPL(Viewer), open source software
|Release||Sept 27, 2007|
The OpenLife Grid was a community virtual world developed by the team at 3DX. It was founded in November 2007 by Australian Steve Sima, who is company president at 3DX. The Openlife grid functionality was similar to that of Second Life's main grid. OpenLife ran on the graphics system WindLight, as the main grid does.
More than 50,000 accounts were created. However, in early 2012 OpenLife changed its name to 3DMee, and went offline for a rebuild, but the rebuild suffered from operating problems.