VWBPE Program

All sessions of the VWBPE 2020 Conference are held in Second Life®. All times are in SLT (Pacific Time).
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Mar
26
Thu
2020
Above the Book: What’s up at the Lab? @ VWBPE Auditorium
Mar 26 @ 02:00 PM – 02:50 PM

Speakers: Mal Burns; Ebbe Altberg / Ebbe Linden;  Patch Linden

VWBPE welcomes Mal Burns as he takes the lead for the 2020 Above the Book conversations. Mal will be talking with Ebbe Altberg / Ebbe Linden, CEO of Linden Lab, and Patch Linden, Vice President of Product Operations for Linden Lab, sharing what’s new at Linden Lab.

Accessibility: Voice to text transcription

Apr
5
Sun
2020
Physics Experimentation via Mechanical Systems In Virtual Platforms @ Physics Experimentation
Apr 5 @ 09:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Hosts: Thuja Hynes; Emilin Nakamori; Ronda Barbosa. Virtual Mechanics

Scientific experimentation with prim physics offers rewarding results as play, for rigorous control process, for sole and collaborative problem solving and learning, and for application in functional mechanical systems. The Havok Physics Engine provides a consistent set of functions, constants and parameters, for conducting verifiable scientific research. Teaching the fundamental principles and basic techniques is inspiring and fun for both instructors and students.

  • Participants will be immersed in the Physics Laboratory, with demonstrations of local physics.
  • Participants will build unscripted mechanisms powered by local physics.

Accessibility: SpeakEasy HUD Tool

Access: Second Life: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Inspiration%20Island/113/48/22