Virtual world collaboration

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Cloud apps shared in a virtual world allow a common work community for globally disperse teams.

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Virtual world collaboration

  1. 1. Mike Danielsen<br />miked1@ameritech.net<br />Virtual World CollaborationUsing Shared Apps<br />
  2. 2. Net meetings on steroids<br />3D audio<br />Shared media<br />Meeting and project spaces<br />Non-verbal queues<br />See who’s speaking<br />See who is interested in what<br />Collaboration in the Virtual World<br />
  3. 3. Web 2.0 goes into Virtual Worlds<br />Web on a surface allows avatars to share web pages and cloud apps in the virtual world.<br />Apps<br />Web<br />Virtual Worlds<br />What’s New<br />
  4. 4. Virtual worlds provide not only shared apps and enhanced collaborations over distance but also a shared location for a community of work.<br />Shared <br />media<br />Web apps on the <br />faces of a cube<br />Working in the Cloud<br />
  5. 5. Shared media – Everyone sees the same multimedia presentation.<br />Shared apps – Applications that a group can interact with, no matter where they are.<br />Virtual world collaboration – Team members can experience shared media, interact with shared apps and communicate in a shared environment as effectively as if they were in the same room when they are separated by distance.<br />Community of work – A place where team members can come to work together on a shared goal.<br />Definitions<br />
  6. 6. In the real world, employees that are located in the same office or workspace can share ideas and communicate freely. <br />Virtual worlds provide this needed location where each team member can communicate freely with other workers.<br />With the combination of working in the virtual world by using cloud apps and the ability to communicate freely, globally disperse teams can now work effectively as centrally located teams.<br />Community of work<br />
  7. 7. Travel costs and lost productivity due to travel<br />Facility costs<br />Energy costs and pollution<br />Costs due to miscommunications<br />Inefficiencies of telecommunications<br />Lack of community in diversely located teams<br />WHY<br />
  8. 8. EtherPad<br />Google Docs<br />Mindmaps<br />Drawing apps<br />Project management apps<br />Dashboards and charting tools<br />Wiki’s<br />Analytics<br />Databases<br />Presentations<br />Apps shared in the virtual world<br />allow globally disperse teams to <br />work collaboratively at a <br />common virtual location<br />Example Apps<br />
  9. 9. Collaborative documents<br />and drawingsshared in <br />Second Life<br />Twiddla / Etherpad<br />
  10. 10. Mindjet Catalyst<br />Collaborative mindmaps<br />shared in Second Life<br />
  11. 11. Shared apps in virtual worlds allow globally diverse teams to collaborate and work effectively with reduced costs.<br />Work well as a team from anywhere.<br />Takeaway<br />

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