Friday, January 30, 2015

ACES: A new system from ReactionGrid that adds live inworld customization to your Jibe 3d multiuser virtual world.

Check out this powerful system from ReactionGrid that allows you to easily change in-world surface images/textures, make live modifications, and add customized web-links within your Unity-based Jibe multiuser virtual world.

More details in this video!

What is ACES?

  • ACES is a system that adds user­-modifiable display boards to a Jibe world.  Any image on the web can be projected onto any display board, and boards can be configured to open any URL in a new browser window.
  • The content in an ACES display board can be changed in-situ (within the live published Jibe world) with no work required in the Unity editor.
  • All ACES display boards can be changed in­world by any user who has logged in with an account that has administrative level access.
  • ACES display boards can also be configured so that any user can “claim” an unused board as their own and then have full admin control over it.
  • ACES display boards don’t have to look like boards!  Imagine changing the image textures of storefronts, buildings, any surface at all in your Jibe world.

Live demo:

Demo Accounts:
ACES Admin / password
Demo User / demodemo

ACES is available for sale now in ReactionGrid's Online Store!

Take care,
-John "Pathfinder" Lester
Chief Learning Officer, ReactionGrid

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

New Support System - Effective January 19th, 2015

Effective starting Friday January 16th, 2015 ReactionGrid Inc will be utilizing a new ticketing/support system. By this date, we will no longer be monitoring our old ticketing system and it will be utilized for archiving purposes only. If you need to retrieve any old tickets or information, you can navigate to

In order to access our new support system, go to this link: Create an account if you have not already done so, or log into your existing account to submit a request for assistance. By this Friday, January 9th, we will point our old ticketing system webpage to our new support system webpage:, which will make switching over easier and convenient.

In order to create a request with our new support system, click on one of the 3 categories: “Jibe & Unity3D Assistance”, “Server Assistance” or “General Questions”. These are the 3 current categories, although there may be more added later. Enter in a summary, a description of your request/question, click submit, and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

Thank you for your attention to this matter and best wishes to all,

Ashley Pacailler
Accounts Receivable & Customer Support
ReactionGrid Inc