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The implementation of the game had been created through a collaborative effort of the WWWIC and student volunteers at NDSU. 1 Time Frame The simulation begins in the Spring of 1880 and continues until the Great Rood destroys the town in the Spring of 1886. Since each virtual week lasts about 8 clock hours, there are three virtual weeks in each human day, and therefore the entire simulation takes approximately three months. M. Slatorefa/. 2 The Impact of History Players of Blackwood "experience the effects" of history.
Members of this group foster cross-disciplinary, collaborative relationships with WWWIC faculty, students, and staff as well as those from other universities and institutions. The content of WWWIC immersive environment projects includes subject matter across a variety of disciplines such as anthropology, archaeology, cell biology, commerce, computer science, geology, and history. 1 Geology Explorer The Geology Explorer project implements an educational game for teaching the Geosciences. This takes the form of a synthetic, virtual environment, Planet Oit, where students are given the means and the equipment to explore a planet as a Geologist would.
Boticario 327 1. Motivation 2. 1. Computer support collaborative work 3. 1. 2. 3. An aLF course experience 4. 1. 2. 3. aLF user modeling 5. 1. 2. Course adaptive navigation and adaptive collaboration support 352 6. Summary and related work 355 References 359 Chapter 10 An Intelligent System for Capturing Presentation on Desktop Manipulations — Supporting for Video Contents Production Y. Nakamura, M. Ozeki and Y. Ohta 363 1. Introduction 2. 1. 2. 3. System design 3. Related work 4. 1. 2. 3. Parameter setting 5.