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OpenSimulator Community Conference 2015 

The OpenSimulator Community Conference is an annual conference that focuses on the developer and user community creating the OpenSimulator software. Organized as a joint production by Core Developers of OpenSimuator and AvaCon, the virtual conference features presentations, workshops, keynote sessions, and social events across diverse sectors of the OpenSimulator user base.

More info at: http://conference.opensimulator.org and to register, go to: https://oscc15.eventbrite.com

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BellaLuna X

Metaverse Productions
Producer
Ms. Rangel holds a Master of Fine Arts in Producing (Design & Production) from CalArts, is a graduate of the SU/GSP11 (Exponential Technologies) program at NASA Ames, and is currently heading Binational Operations for DataMed in the United States and Mexico. At the Centennial Olympic Games, Ms. Rangel was a member of the Opening & Closing Ceremonies team and liaison to NBC. Ms. Rangel headed creative production, tech integration, logistics, and coordination of a $4.5M budget proposal for the Shanghai World Expo 2010. In 2011, Ms. Rangel was selected to attend the Fourth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence at Google headquarters. That same summer, she gave a Mixed-Reality presentation on Virtual Worlds at NASA Ames with Philip Rosedale (Founder of Second Life), followed by a Guest Speaker engagement at the Second Life National Community Conference (to present her research on "Holographic Telepresence for Avatars" using Musion, "Live-Action to Avatar" using Organic Motion, and "NeuroGaming for Avatars" using Emotiv brain-computer interface). In May of 2013, Ms. Rangel was asked to join the "Innovating Women: Past, Present, and Future" book project as a Global Ambassador and Co-Author. The project was powered by a crowdfunding campaign and matching sponsorship from Google For Entrepreneurs. As of October 2013 and running through September 2014, Ms. Rangel will serve as a Fellow for the "Incubator for Innovation" to address "Water as a Civic Challenge". The team Fellowship includes application of STEM processes and Arts-based tools for development and innovation of new technologies. The Incubator is part of the Art of Science Learning program, hosted by the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership and funded by a $2.5M grant from the National Science Foundation.

My Moderators Sessions

Saturday, December 5
 

3:30pm PST