2018 WW: EDU: Visit Stonehenge in your browser: Virtual field trip

Visit Stonehenge in your browser:  Virtual field tripJamie and Selby take a virtual field trip to Stonehenge, using 3D WEBSITES A2Z.  Conveniently, you can go there too, since you need nothing but your browser.  That is the secret of web-worlds.Watch on YouTube3D WEBSITES A2ZA virtual field trip to Stonehenge-Web link to visit this 3D world on your browser.  Go thereLeft click the screen to walk around.  Move the cursor to turn.Use the arrow keys to move forward, back, or sideways.Press the Escape key to get your controls to work normally again Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. Summary********************************************More after the break*************************************************Metaverse events, recent and upcomingEvents on the Hypergrid: HYPEventsHypergrid DestinationsIMA Social Web and Virtual World Events, Music, and Meeting CalendarHYPERGRID EVENTSOpenSimWorld EventsEntertainment on the HypergridOpensim AAM Virtual PerformersPromotion for virtual worlds and everything in ’emSelby’s daily events and news collection:  Virtual worlds are real Comedy Videos from the virtual worldsWeb-world videos-Search this blog with the search bar, upper left.OSCC 2017 PresentationsMal Burns: Inworld ReviewHypergrid Writer’s CommunityMetaverse Jobs; Job ListingsIMA projects3D WEBSITES A2Z3D web-worlds of the browser (G+ community) Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. SummaryVirtual Outworlding news collection Destination guide: OpenSimWorldHyperica, Directory of Opensimulator hypergrid destinationsWELCOME TO SEANCHAI LIBRARIESHypergrid-related articles in this blog********************************************************* *************************************** Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, 2 miles (3 km) west of Amesbury. It consists of a ring of standing stones, with each standing stone around 13 feet (4.0 m) high, 7 feet (2.1 m) wide and weighing around 25 tons. The stones are set within earthworks in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds.[1] –WikipediaHISTORY OF STONEHENGEWalk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at StonehengeJamie and Selby discuss virtual field trips and museums at Stonehenge.Watch on YouTubeRelated to StonehengeBluestonehengeBush BarrowNormanton Down BarrowsWoodhengeRelated to web-worldsJamie and Selby visit Birthday Island in 3DWebWorldzJamie and Selby visit an art gallery in 3DWebWorldzTeacher’s web assistant brings museums, aquariums, web cams virtual worlds, libraries, games, and challengesJamie and Selby visit headquarters of 3DWebWorldzOars transferred from OpenSim to 3DWebWorldzSt. James artists in 3DWebWorldz. Art from the Saint James Artisans Related to educationWeb-worldsWeb-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. SummaryTeacher’s web assistant brings museums, aquariums, web cams, virtual worlds, libraries, games, and challengesFor lectures and presentations, use web-senders in virtual worldsEducational communities of virtual worlds, a database by Community Virtual LibraryLearning centers on a browser. A use case for web-worlds as schools, libraries, and museumsInformation/social games for public service web-worldsVideo visits to virtual worlds on the web: Cybalounge *********************************************************LicenseOriginal text in this blog is CC By: unless specified public domainUse as you please with attribution: link to the original.All images without attribution in this blog are CC0: public domain.*********************************Drop by my web office Weekdays: 12:-12:30 Central time  (US) Cybalounge, entry place or elsewhereWe can also visit 3DWebWorldz, a professionally-built world. Mondays we focus on learning/library/museums.Wednesdays we focus on promoting your project, using this blog.Fridays we may focus on grants, contracts, business, and web-worlds.Don’t register — enter as guest.  If you see no one, click the pointed push-pin (bottom line) to find me.Thinkerer Melville in Second Life, Selby Evans in KitelyWeb-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. SummaryWeb-worlds are small and run in a browser with nothing else to install.Full virtual worlds are a bigger experience but need extra software installed.Videos from virtual worldsYadNi Monde Makes ArtsSelby’s YouTube ChannelFree video resources for virtual worldsSimple video editing with Shotcut, for virtual worldersConvienient video capture in Windows 10–any windowArticles about videos from virtual worldsNews and NotesCommunities in the virtual worldsOpensimworld. Destination guide for the Hypergrid   Best metaverse communitiesCommunities virtual worlds G+G+ community: Hypergrid SafariRadio in the virtual worldsOpenSimWorkingRadioStreams (OSWRS). Invited article by shawnkmaloneyAviation radio: Music to fly by. And to promote your aviation event.Radio for your place – Radio for the metaverse. Anyone for podcasts?Metaverse beginner helpMetaverse 101 Info + Tutorials for getting started in OpensimNewcomer help in virtual worlds   Virtual worlds are about people. Communities, communication, shared goalsTime conversion: put time/zone into Google search to get your time Articles in this blogAbout educationSailing in virtual worldsAbout VideosSights of the virtual worldsPeople of the virtual worldsAbout business-For more, follow Selby Evans in Google+Annotated screenshots made with JingSecond Life, Linden, SLurl, and SL are trademarks of Linden Research Inc. This blog is not affiliated with anything.   Ads are from Google.Selby Evans in Kitely, Thinkerer Melville in Second LifeLauren is funny

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