A new promo machinima by Draxtor Despres: Amputee Virtual Support Space helps veterans-proof of concept for Second Life Enterprise.
More great machinima from Draxtor Despres! May 01, 2010 — A collaboration with the USC Annenberg School of Journalism & the Center For Investigative Reporting, based on the PBS Frontline World series “CarbonWatch”. This machinima showcases the proof of concept… Continue Reading
Jane McGonigal speaks on on-line gamers and how they can improve the world condition. Search for other interviews by Jane to hear more about games and their role in education.
Draxtor Despres, a parent, worried about his children and the worlds’ at large, attended a SL meeting on education in Second Life recently & was impressed how the teachers are in the trenches, on the frontline of the educational wars.… Continue Reading
Drax is at it again this time reporting on a really wonderful Global Kids project. Be sure to have a look see. The blub from YouTube. Machinima is real-time animation using games and virtual worlds. NYC based Global Kids have… Continue Reading
A lovely new machinima by Chantal Harvey, created from an original story by Madcow Cosmos, with music by Lorin Tone. Great stuff!!
Draxtor Despres new machinima: At a recent panel discussion in Second Life, hosted by the US Department of State, experts from industry and the non-profit world pondered some fairly topical questions: to tele-commute OR not to tele-commute? Are 3D worlds… Continue Reading
A 2007 Veterans Day Report from Draxtor Despres Veterans Day celebrated in Second Life with a replica of the Vietnam Memorial and the opening of a vet center. There are now plenty of support groups for veterans including a center for… Continue Reading
Draxtor’s Latest installment! The movie “The Way We Get By” deals with a lot of large issues, aging in America, military service, but manages to succeed as an intimate portrait of a group of senior citizens in Bangor Maine.
Second Life machinimatographer Draxtor Despres’s public service announcement for BAVC. BAVC is a social issues digital media makers group located in San Francisco.