Signing up to High Fidelity Open Alpha


Today I decided to sign up to High Fidelity Open  Alpha for the first time and as many know already I love testing/trying out early new developments out. Firstly its worth going to the Sign up page to create a account and get started. Then you should receive a email soon after to verify your email. Then you should get another email saying “Alpha: You’re in! What’s next?” with a simple checklist.

The simple checklist gives you many options to get started including watching tutorial videos, downloading the interface, setting up your own domain using the Stack Manager, registering place names and for discussions visit the Alpha Forums.

Downloading the interface takes up around 40MB and each build may change in size. Once installed, log in and start your High Fidelity Open Alpha experience. Again this is a very early alpha and it’s not finished yet.

At this stage it’s worth watching High Fidelity video tutorials and reading the High Fidelity documentation to learn more. 🙂

High Fidelity Open Alpha
My first ever look at High Fidelity Open Alpha
High Fidelity Open Alpha
The interface on High Fidelity Open Alpha

I hope that this helps when you sign up to High Fidelity Open Alpha. I will blog more on HF and share more snapshots soon.

7 thoughts on “Signing up to High Fidelity Open Alpha

  1. Just a heads up: I’m not sure if the NDA policy has changed, but earlier, alpha users were asked not to share posts, photos, or videos with the general public (except for information that the company had already released).

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  2. Thanks for this. I’m registered and downloaded the interface, but not the stack manager. I noticed there’s a program for building your avatar, which is more what I am interested in than building a world. More geared toward developers, don’t you think?

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