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This presentation is a synopsis of salient learning from the last three years of Inside the Avatar Studio. Common themes are discussed are some of the main themes that will be important for the future ...

This presentation is a synopsis of salient learning from the last three years of Inside the Avatar Studio. Common themes are discussed are some of the main themes that will be important for the future of avatars over the next 5-10 years.

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  • Inside the Avatar Studio A Community of Practice Kevin Feenan © 2012 Rockcliffe University
  • • Innovative leaders Guest Topic AJ Kelton: VWER / VWBPE Special Bernard Drax & Daniel Moshel: Login2Life• Experts in Virtual Technology Beverly McCarter: Wicked Problems Chestnet Rau: Social Artistry• Discussion Chris Collins & Andrew Hughes Education Forum Dave Levinson: Patently Different – Perceptions, Dick Dillon: Digistar: NG(ut-Ohs) Mobile Wars – Perspectives, and Doug Thompson: Ham Rambler: The Art of the Story Beagán agus a rá go mait – Predictions Ian Hughes: Virtual Emulsions Jessica Lyon: Heart of the Phoenix Joel Foner: The Lost Art of Quality• ‘being virtual’ John Lester: Full of Tricks Lauren Weyland: Stand-up 101 Malburns Writer: A Man of Many Characters Maria Korolov: The Voice of Region• AvatarStudio.info Pooky Amsterdam: Robert Bloomfield: All The World’s A Stage The first 2500 days• MetaverseTV.com Terry Beaubois: Will Burns: In the Details Being Human Wiz Nordberg: Behind the CameraJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 2
  • 2B|2Bo Who are you What do Where you are you want goingJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 3 View slide
  • Perceptions • Common Themes – Dialogues – Socialization – Technology – Economic Value – Innovation – Behavioral – CommunicationJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 4 View slide
  • Perspectives - Dialogues Avatar as both Consumer and Creator Gamification Cultural Perspectives Interpretation DifferentiatorsJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 5
  • Perspectives - Socialization Intimacy of Technology as Emersion Augmentation Peer-to-Peer the a participant ExperienceJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 6
  • Perspectives - Technology Run away innovation Leap-Frogging Heuristics / Simulations Distinct Evolutionary Path Rapid PrototypingJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 7
  • Perspectives – Economic Value Thinking Different Changing Acting Economic Different Models Changing Economic Commodities AssessmentJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 8
  • Perspectives - Innovation Should Include Barriers Copyright • Niche • Cross • Open Source Markets Company • Closed • Creative Innovation Systems Destruction • Accessibility • Cross • Funding DisciplinaryJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 9
  • Perspectives - Behavioral Unpredictability Expansion of Reach Comfort Zone Diversity EmergentJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 10
  • Perspectives - Communications Play Little Dreams Intimacy Responsibility EntrepreneurshipJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 11
  • Predictions • Small Group Dynamics The • Diversity of Experience Future • Feedback Loops Avatar • Rapid Prototyping • Innovation AdaptationJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 12
  • The Last Word . . . Bring technology to your clients rather than finding clients within the technology - Dick Dillion, VP PFHJune 12 (c) 2012 Rockcliffe University Consortium 13