ScienceSim Land Grant Program Presentation Tuesday, November 9th, 1 pm ET

Please join us Tuesday November 9, from 1-1:30 pm ET (10-10:30 am PT)  for a 1/2 hour presentation about the land grant program in ScienceSim providing free  100,000 object regions for six months in ScienceSim.  Details about participation in this program will be presented and information about applying for a region will be provided.

Tuesday, November 9th, 1-1:30 PM ET/10-10:30 AM PT in the 21C region in Second Life.  Please note we are punctual and start promptly at the hour.

http://slurl.com/secondlife/21C%20Interactive/32/33/22

If you cannot make these events, please send a request through your organizational email to admin at fashionresearchinstitute dot com.  Please note we cannot respond to requests from noninstitutional addresses (e.g., yahoo, aol, hotmail, etc) and that we cannot accept applications from consultants or commercial entities.

ScienceSim Land Grant Program Presentation November 4, 2 pm ET

Please join us Thursday November 4, from 2-2:30 pm ET (11-11:30 am PT)  for a 1/2 hour presentation about the land grant program in ScienceSim providing free  100,000 object regions for six months in ScienceSim.  Details about participation in this program will be presented and information about applying for a region will be provided.

Thursday, November 4th, 2-2:30 PM ET/11-11:30 AM PT in the 21C region in Second Life.  Please note we are punctual and start promptly at the hour.

http://slurl.com/secondlife/21C%20Interactive/32/33/22

If you cannot make these events, please send a request through your organizational email to admin at fashionresearchinstitute dot com.  Please note we cannot respond to requests from noninstitutional addresses (e.g., yahoo, aol, hotmail, etc).

Virtual Community Engineering in ScienceSim

We’ve been hard at work completing agreements and getting our first wave of land grant recipients settled in in our homesteading regions in ScienceSim.  This is the first opportunity we’ve had to post any images from some of the settled regions.

Shown here are some images from Brian Quinn’s simulation of Point Reyes; parcels for John Walber’s Learning Times; Peter Blair at Utah State University; and the fashion design interns at Fashion Research Institute.  Also shown are some of the common spaces, such as the common space parks, the shopping facility for ScienceSim licensed content; and the public sandbox in Einstein.