Great day yesterday!
Erica and Sam Driver gave us a readout on how the barriers associated with getting the industry across the chasm. You can get the report here
Next, I provided an overview of my book (written with Karl Kapp) – Learning in 3D: Bringing a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration. It is coming out in February and can be ordered here.
A lot of you asked about charts. Here they are:
Next, Chuck Hamilton from IBM gave us a deeper look at the how to leverage affordances of virtual worlds to create immersive learning and collaboration environments. He has been asked to write a book on this….so watch this space.
Next, Randy Hinrichs of 2B3D led a GREAT panel covering cases of a Virtual Chocolate Factory, A Virtual Gym, and a Trading Floor. The panelists mapped their cases to the Design Model. It was wonderful to see such a broad array of virtual world applications!
Last but not least, Koreen Olbrish of Tandem led a great panel talking about real ROI of virtual worlds. Again the panelists ranged from MBA Onboarding to Border Patrol Training, to Automotive, to a wide array of applications from ACS.
If you want to learn the detailed scoop. Go to Twitter and search on #3DTLC!