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Archive for October 13th, 2009

Today we have a really fascinating show on Designing Worlds as we visit the recreation of a real life crime scene, commissioned to help juries and attorneys visualise a complex real life case.

Crime Scene in Second Life

Crime Scene in Second Life


Angela Talamasca is a forensic science specialist who’s been using Second Life to model crime scenes to make them more accessible to jurors and others involved in the legal process.  We will be visiting one of the scenes she has created and discussing with her how the Second Life environment can be used to assist law enforcement and the judicial process.

You can see the show live by joining our viewing party at the Designing Worlds studios on Northpoint. As always, there’s a special gift for everyone who comes to the studio – and afterwards, we’ll be joining the studio audience for a discussion about issues raised in (and by) the show.

Crime Scene in Second Life

Crime Scene in Second Life

And as usual, there’s an exhibition to see in our Hall outside the studio – showing the work of designers who have featured in the series.

The show starts at 2pm SLT, but you should be in our Northpoint studios by 1.45pm to make sure of getting a seat.

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Zeropoint - Classic Zeropoint

Zeropoint - Classic Zeropoint

You can now see our show about Sabine Stonebender’s amazing Zero Point, a multi-level area that’s part art gallery and part psychedelic experience on the web – available in both standard and hi-def.  And you can also download the show from the iTunes store (just search on Designing Worlds) to watch at your leisure.  You can even put it on your iPod to carry around with you!

This show took us to some amazing creations – some dating back to 2006, and some still being developed and tested.  Many of the exhibits feature dazzling displays of light and colour that are sure to amaze.  And many definitely are Not Possible in Real Life!

But seeing is believing … so do take a look for yourselves!

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