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installable in the languages your community needs (from online
libraries like
Kiwix,
OER2Go,
Archive.org)
then takes care of all the downloading details for you!

See

Mexico’s live demo

and our

medical examples

used by clinics in Asia and Africa especially, as hosted by
Wikipedia.

Schools can also choose among

almost 40 powerful apps

for teachers and students — optionally with a complete LMS
(learning management system) like Kolibri, Moodle, Nextcloud,
Sugarizer or WordPress.

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side-by-side

with schools, clinics and libraries around the world — and the

Wikipedia community

especially.

Thank you everyone for humbly being part of this

OFF.NETWORK

grassroots learning

movement
.

Please consider

how you too might assist

this epic effort.
It’s astonishing how far we’ve come since Internet-in-a-Box’s
original demo in 2013 — and how far we will go together,
If You Too Can Help!

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Apple Vision Pro Developer Tools Now Available with New VisionOS SDK

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Apple has announced that the visionOS software development kit (SDK) which will allow third-party developer to build apps for the upcoming Vision Pro headset is now available via Xcode 15 beta 2. The launch comes after Apple announced at WWDC that the SDK would be available later this month.

apple vision pro sdk

Starting today, Apple’s global community of developers will be able to create an entirely new class of spatial computing apps that take full advantage of the infinite canvas in Vision Pro and seamlessly blend digital content with the physical world to enable extraordinary new experiences. With the visionOS SDK, developers can utilize the powerful and unique capabilities of Vision Pro and visionOS to design brand-new app experiences across a variety of categories including productivity, design, gaming, and more.

Apple says it will open developer labs next month in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo to provide developers with hands-on experience on Vision Pro hardware and support for developing their apps.

Applications for Apple Vision Pro developer kits will also be accepted starting next month, while developers of 3D apps and games based on Unity will also be able to port their apps to ‌Apple Vision Pro‌.

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