Emulation Project

The Emulation Project menu allows EaaSI users the opportunity to build new Environments using existing Environment, Software and Content resources in their node.

To create a new (derivative) Environment resource, you must start by selecting an existing “base environment” (an available resource from the network that has been Saved Locally to your node).

The shortcut buttons on the Emulation Project page will guide you back to either the Explore Resources overview or the My Resources page to select and add an Environment to the Emulation Project using the Actions menu.


Once an Environment resource has been added to the Emulation Project, you can begin creating your new Environment resource by either:

  1. Running the select Environment.

  2. Returning to the Explore/My Resources pages and adding additional Content or Software resource(s) to the Project.


Though you can add multiple Environments, multiple Content, and/or multiple Software resources to the Emulation Project page, in order to select “Run” and begin an Emulation Access session, you can only actively select ONE Environment resource and at most ONE Content or Software resource.

In the example below, an existing “FreeDOS 1.2” Environment, a “Borland Quattro Pro 5.0” Software resource, and a “SimCity 1.02” Content resource have all been added to the Emulation Project. The “Borland Quattro Pro 5.0” is the active object and will be the one presented in the Emulation Access session once the user clicks “Run”:


Once the user has crafted their desired resources and options, they may select “Run” to begin an Emulation Access Interface session. From this point, the user can install and configure the operating system software, Change Resource Media, save the new configuration as its own Environment resource, etc.

The options and resources selected on the Emulation Project page will persist until intentionally cleared by the user, regardless of whether the user saves or discards their changes in an Emulation Access session started from this page. This is intended to make it easier for the user to return and tweak the Emulation Project settings without re-assembling all the selected resources after an Emulation Access session.