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  • 1. Prototyping 1st Life Business Concepts In Virtual Worlds Presented by Valiant Westland, CEO Vuturus, Inc - “View The Future With Us!” ™
  • 2. Why Prototype
      • It makes patenting easier Prior to 1880 you actually had to have a prototype built before it could be patented. While it's not required now, a prototype is a great way to show that you built it first.
      • Smooth out your concept or invention's design Once you build your idea into a prototype, now you can actually test it in real life situations and look out for design or concept flaws.
      • Prototypes determine the manufacturing process Prototyping helps you determine what manufacturing processes will be required. Will it be injection molded, ultrasonically welded or die cut?
      • Determine the right price It's the best time to analyze the design and find ways it can be changed to meet a better cost of manufacturing.
      • It makes it easier to license or sell
      • With a prototype ready, you'll not only be able to explain what the features and benefits of your invention are, but also be able to get into the numbers to explain the costs of manufacturing, how it will be built, etc. This shows professionalism and companies respect it.
    Page ▪ 2 * Place your footnotes here
  • 3. Prototyping Steps Page ▪ 3 Imagine It
      • Come up with a great idea!
      • Imagine what it will look like and how it will work
    Create Mock-up
      • This is a 1 st generation concept structure
    Refine Concept
      • Tweak the design and fill in missing components
      • Engage professionals / subject matter experts* * ALWAYS use Non-disclosre agreements (NDAs)!
    Demonstrate Concept
      • Show your idea to others who would be interested
      • Potential Clients, Vendors, Investors, Mom
  • 4. Example of 1 st Life Prototyping Project Page ▪ 4
  • 5. Example of 1 st Life Prototyping Project Page ▪ 5
  • 6. Virtual Prototyping Saves Development & Marketing $$$
      • Average Prototype Cost $30k
      • Average Prototype Marketing Cost $20k – $50k
      • 1 Page Add in BusinessWeek 10k http://images.businessweek.com/ss/08/08/0822_second_life/index.htm
    Page ▪ 6
  • 7. Virtual Prototyping & Architecture
      • Free Viewer App
      • Multi-user
      • Realtime
      • Collaboration
      • Community
      • “ Low Cost”
      • Alternative Virtual World Solutions
    • * Keystone Bouchard Industry Leader
    Page ▪ 7
  • 8. Page ▪ 8 Do You Have Any Questions?