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The unique nature of MEPIS Linux makes it an ideal foundation for developing a custom version of Linux for large scale deployment. MEPIS is available to work with integrators and end user clients to develop privately branded and optimally tweaked Linux configurations.

Embedded VirtualBox Images
SimplyMEPIS 11.0.00 32bit VirtualBox Virtual Appliance05/10/2011Free Download
SimplyMEPIS 8.5.01 Desktop amd64 Virtual Appliance04/04/2010Distribution ReleaseTradeBit
SimplyMEPIS 8.0.15 amd64 Virtual Appliance01/27/2010Distribution ReleaseTradeBit
SimplyMEPIS 8.0.xx i386 Virtual Appliance11/15/2009Distribution ReleaseTradeBit
antiX m8.2 pt106/28/2009Development ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS (7.9.95) 8.0 RC2 VDI02/17/2009Release CandidateFree Download
antiX M8 VDI02/17/2009Distribution ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS 7.9.93-Beta6 Virtual Disk Image12/22/2008Beta ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS 7.9.90 Beta 310/22/2008Beta ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS 7.9.80 Beta 32 VDI10/02/2008Beta ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS 7.9.70 Beta 32 VDI09/24/2008Beta ReleaseTorrent
AntiX M7.5 VDI09/23/2008Distribution ReleaseTorrent
antiX-M7 VDI05/17/2008Distribution ReleaseTorrent | TradeBit
SimplyMEPIS 7.0 rel VDI03/05/2008Development ReleaseTorrent
SimplyMEPIS 6.501/29/2008Distribution ReleaseTorrent

Augmented virtuality (AV)

Augmented virtuality (AV) (also referred to as Mixed reality) refers to the merging of real world objects into virtual worldsAs an intermediate case in the Virtuality Continuum, it refers to predominantly virtual spaces, where physical elements, e.g. physical objects or people, are dynamically integrated into, and can interact with the virtual world in real-time. This integration is achieved with the use of various techniques. Often streaming video from physical spaces.