Using Machinima for Proposal Creation Mobile Micro Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Digital Literacy, Wealth Creation ...
The Tele Hub completed on Reactiongrid Ontos2
Deeply Immersed in the Build, Pausanius is surrounded by drawings and pictures of the space: imagined and inhabited, of th...
Zooming out a little you can see the context and additional building blocks and images. It is a question of scale.
The affordances of Set and Lighting Design in a virtual world are very exciting.  Not only is there an entire environment ...
The meeting space prior to replication. What do you really need to become immersed?
What does it really FEEL like in a space I have only seen pictures of?
Interior and exterior FEEL entirely different in the same immersive virtual environment
The Hub Set during  daylight and the Environmental Editor
Ontos2 Simulator in Reactiongrid Set Design for the Hub Zurich Fellowship 2010
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Using Machinima for Proposal Creation

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A simulator on reactiongrid is used for set and lighting design to create a machnima for a project proposal for the Hub Zurich.

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Using Machinima for Proposal Creation

  1. 1. Using Machinima for Proposal Creation Mobile Micro Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Digital Literacy, Wealth Creation and Environmental Strategy Creating a Network of Bio-Regional Environmental Stewards using Web 2.0 The TeleHub MMP4ES by Jan Herder January 2011
  2. 2. The Tele Hub completed on Reactiongrid Ontos2
  3. 3. Deeply Immersed in the Build, Pausanius is surrounded by drawings and pictures of the space: imagined and inhabited, of the Hub in Zurich.
  4. 4. Zooming out a little you can see the context and additional building blocks and images. It is a question of scale.
  5. 5. The affordances of Set and Lighting Design in a virtual world are very exciting. Not only is there an entire environment to create with--it is a collaborative space. Here Ambrosia takes finishes up for the day and poses for a sunset snap.
  6. 6. The meeting space prior to replication. What do you really need to become immersed?
  7. 7. What does it really FEEL like in a space I have only seen pictures of?
  8. 8. Interior and exterior FEEL entirely different in the same immersive virtual environment
  9. 9. The Hub Set during daylight and the Environmental Editor
  10. 10. Ontos2 Simulator in Reactiongrid Set Design for the Hub Zurich Fellowship 2010

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