Virtual World Videos

Our Virtual World Experiment Videos If you arrived here after clicking a Tag term, note that some of the Tags refer to content found in the videos.Enjoy watching! Virtual Vocabulary: Technically, these videos are “machinima” – videos captured onscreen from within a virtual world or a game. Watch the brief overview of our June 2020 research experiment below. Videos of the June 9 – 11 virtual world research experiment have…

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Project Galleries

The Experiment Teams in Action Arrival & Orientation Picnic Ocean Lighthouse Innovation Theater & Steve Jobs Innovation Science Fair Meditation Inspiration Sphere Wisdom Pools & Waterfalls Think Tank Brainstorming Professor Davis’ Office in Frog Yoga Meadow

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Related Research

Charles Davis Jr., M.S., Professor of Mathematics and Engineering at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, will be defending his dissertation on June 26, 2020. Once his dissertation is completed and accepted, his dissertation bibliography listing all of the cites used in the dissertation will be available on this website. Professor Davis is completing his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering with a focus on Engineering Management at the University of Central Florida.

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Recommended Reading

Understanding Leadership To kick off the decade, here are my top picks for books that have the potential to have a lasting impact on your thoughts and actions. Adam Grant, Ph.D. from University of Michigan in organizational psychology; B.A. from Harvard University Grant is recognized as Wharton’s top-rated professor and one of the world’s 10 most influential management thinkers and Fortune’s 40 under 40. His “Adam Grant Picks 20 Leadership…

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Ph.D. Research Experiment

Experiment Team in Action Brainstorming NOTES ABOUT OUR EXPERIMENT & COVID-19 The virtual world development for the experiment was originally designed to have five 256×256 meter platforms (approx 16 acres each) with identical content stacked 750 meters apart in an OpenSim region. Thirty student avatars were divided into five color-coded teams to simultaneously participating in the experiment with each team on a separate platform. During the experiment all the students…

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