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A Unique Professional Development Event That Will Change How You Think about Leading and Learning in the Digital Age! Fourteen non-profit educational organizations have planned a HUGE professional development event and you are invited! Over 200 sessions with outstanding presenters with strategic topics will Wow you with High Impact challenges for leaders and educators! Over 100 Exhibitors and Sponsors will Amaze you with new tools for the 21st Century global education community. Over 3,000 of your colleagues, friends, business associates, and leaders will Be There in the same place at the same time. Share real face time. 

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Tuesday, April 23 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
163 Trends in 3D Visualization and Virtual World Development for K-12

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The goal of this technical presentation is to explore some the issues related to the development of the world’s we have built in St Michaels , Chestertown, Easton, Queen Anne’s County (Maryland),  the Revolutionary era Pluckemin Artillery Cantonment (New Jersey), and worlds we are envisioning building.  Middle/high school students, college students and staff at Washington College have been working on and exploring software tools to create community visualizations for the past four years.  Starting with the utilization of Google Sketch-up and ESRI’s ArcScene, work in this arena has progressed to using different software tools such as Google Earth, GeoWeb3D, exploration of tools such as Autodesk 3DS Max, Blender, Maya, Photoshop, and the investigation of unique virtual world and gaming platforms such as Second Life, Open Sim Metaverse and Unity to fully engage the target audience. Other tools such as Camtasia Studio, Adobe After Effects, and Vegas Platinum Studio used to make animations will also be discussed.  Along this road of discovery many obstacles have been encountered, and some overcome. 


Learning Objectives:

  • Become familiar with many software tools used to build virtual worlds and 3D animations.
  • Learn some of the key technical obstacles inherent with these tools.
  • Envision what you could do with these tools in your school.


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Speakers
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Stewart Bruce

GIS Program Coordinator, Washington College
Stewart Bruce is the Assistant Director, Center for Environment and Society, GIS Program Coordinator, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Washington College. In addition to teaching he also manages numerous funded projects spanning the gamut from 3D visualization and virtual world development to crime mapping and analysis to youth technology training in GIS. Previously he worked as Senior Extension Associate at Penn State... Read More →


Tuesday April 23, 2013 1:45pm - 2:45pm
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