The "Potsdam" Sim is associated with our CAMPUSin3D-Platform and invites for an interesting upcoming event :
In the framework of the workshop “Molecular Interactions 2008” and the research project “Training for entrepreneurs in virtual worlds” (Bio-VWe) the first virtual career fair will take place at the “Potsdam” SIM in Second Life® which is provided by University of Potsdam. The career fair invites representatives from companies and organizations as well as students,postgraduate students and postdocs from life sciences.We offer an exciting program of lectures and exhibition booths with lots of information about the participating companies and institutions.
The exhibition area is intended as a place where employers and candidates can meet and discuss.
For more information see:
Teleport Link to the Second Life® Location here.
BTW: We have a booth on the Fair, too...
Dienstag, 22. Juli 2008
Freitag, 11. Juli 2008
Wir haben kürzlich bei der Virtual Worlds Lounge in Berlin dem Pixelsebi ein Podcast-Interview für seinen Blog gegeben. Ist richtig gut geworden. Hier der Link zum Interview, viel Spass beim hören... und vielleicht möchtet ihr dort auch ein Kommentar hinterlassen?!?
Donnerstag, 10. Juli 2008
"Neil Armstrong", the first Avatar who leaves his footprints on the opensim-virtual satellite.
"This is a historic day for Second Life, and for virtual worlds in general. IBM and Linden Lab have announced that research teams from the two companies successfully teleported avatars from the Second Life Preview Grid into a virtual world running on an OpenSim server, marking the first time an avatar has moved from one virtual world to another. It’s an important first step toward enabling avatars to pass freely between virtual worlds, something we’ve been working toward publicly since the formation of the Architecture Working Group in September 2007. These are still early days, however, so amid all the excitement, we thought it would be helpful to clarify exactly what we’ve done — and what still lies ahead."
Read complete article here on the "Lindonaut Blog".