The Virtual Globe 3.0

Like the Elizabethan impresario Philip Henslowe (performed by Geoffrey Rush in 1998’s Shakespeare in Love) was wont to say: “It will all work out in the end… It’s a mystery”, bringing the Virtual Globe 3.0 project to the ETEC 522 was a thrilling, somewhat dramatic, event – so much fun, I had to upload the project twice!  As usual, everything that could go wrong at the last minute will, but in true trouper fashion, “the show must go on!”

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Here is the updated version of the teaser trailer for my eight-minute venture pitch (which is more like a trailer for a project that could take at least half an hour to unfold) for the Virtual Globe 3.0, coming soon to a school computer near you.


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Please tell me what you think about the project and perhaps who might be interested in financing the project.  As Ben Crystal, whose YouTube clip make the occasional appearance in my project, would have said had he continued with the Henry V opening chorus:

Admit me Chorus to this history;
Who prologue-like your humble patience pray,
Gently to hear, kindly to judge, our play.

…or in this case, please wish me to break a leg with this venture!

Posted in: Week 13: Venture Forum