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"Students are able to create their own avatars now. The sophistication allows them to be very realistic. No nudity, teen/child options, secure environments, powerful building and presentation tools. Anyone getting this? : )"
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A class fieldtrip, touring the rainforest in Brazil. Set in AWEDU.
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MELLANIUM CREATES 3D MUSEUM ART 100 TIMES MORE DETAILED THAN SECOND LIFE

PRESS RELEASEHAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 2 JUNE 2014         At the very end of last year Cosmo Wenman released his “Winged Victory of Samothrace” 3D mesh model onto THINGIVERSEa database of free downloadable 3D models moderated by MAKERBOT 3D printers. These models were ostensibly released to allow the reproduction of his photogrammetrically extracted models on a reduced scale with any 3D printer. However almost as an unexpected side effect of this action it can be regarded as one of the important watersheds in the democratization of 3D data for use by the metaverse. This statue and the “Aphrodite of Milos” from the Louvre museum are seen as the most important art exhibits ever to have been produced by the Classical Greek civilization. MellaniuM has taken these 20 million polygon models and decimated them to a mesh size that could be imported into a virtual museum generated in AVAYALIVE ENGAGE. These two models, now rendered…See More
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Big Ideas in Education Check out my website that discusses technology in learning,

Posted by Deborah McCallum on November 30, 2014 at 9:00 0 Comments

Big Ideas in Education

Check out my website that discusses technology in learning,

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MELLANIUM CREATES 3D MUSEUM ART 100 TIMES MORE DETAILED THAN SECOND LIFE

Posted by Joe Rigby on September 13, 2014 at 8:25 0 Comments

PRESS RELEASE

HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 2 JUNE 2014

 

        At the very end of last year Cosmo Wenman released his “Winged Victory of Samothrace” 3D mesh model onto THINGIVERSEa database of free downloadable 3D models moderated by MAKERBOT 3D printers. These models were ostensibly released to allow the reproduction of his photogrammetrically extracted models on a reduced scale with any 3D printer. However…

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Introduction

Posted by John Bourne on December 13, 2013 at 8:45 1 Comment

Hello all:

I'm pleased to be accepted into this group.   I've worked in immersive technologies for about 20 years now, with initial work in VRML, long ago.  Currently, I'm enjoying creating simulations in collaboration with Reaction Grid (I see John Lester (pathfinder)) has joined the group as well.  Currently projects are dominantly for nursing education at American Sentinel University.  I was Executive Director of the Sloan Consortium prior to retiring from that group of many…

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