The Tech Museum of Innovation


The Tech Museum of Innovation has just launched a major new exhibit creation initiative in Second Life and they want you, in TSL!

They currently offering $5000 prizes for the best interactive RL exhibits on technology in art, film, and music designed in Second Life.

Guest speaker Avi Markova, the approved adult organizing the project and RL museum exhibitor, will speak about how the museum is changing the way they do RL exhibits by inviting those in SL to create inworld exhibits that can be built in real life! No previous curation skills needed!

Come find out how to be part of this amazing contest!
Wednesday, February 27th, 1pm PST/SLT @ the main stage at DIDI Island!
http://slurl.com/secondlife/The%20DIDI%20Initiative/182/108/22

Exhibits hosted in TSL by Eye4You Alliance!
Be ready for a field trip to the exhibit space on Eye4You! Landmarks will be provided
Also you can Join the Eye4you Alliance – The Tech Virtual group which is FREE to Join for more info.

Winners receive:
-$5000 USD (awarded in June of 2008)
-the chance to see your virtual exhibit made into a real exhibit at The Tech!
They will also be awarding the Teen Grid-only prize of $1000 for the best Teen Grid exhibit!

View The Tech’s page on the virtual project here!
http://www.thetech.org/techvirtual/

Global Kids Website
http://www.holymeatballs.org/

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The Tech Museum of Innovation

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One thought on “The Tech Museum of Innovation

  1. Hi, Daniel, you blogged in february on the competition at The Tech Virtual Museum to build museum exhibits for real life. As you know, we are launching a new competition on the Teen Grid tomorrow (Friday 7/11) @ 10:30 AM. Prizes are up to L$1M and, of course, the chance to see your exhibit idea installed in a real life museum. For more details, see
    http://thetechvirtual.org/help/faq/ucantu-faq
    Perhaps you could let people know about it.

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