INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL EARTH 3D VISUALIZATION GRAND CHALLENGE
How can we better experience this world of ours at the cross roads of human impacts and climate change?Â How can we best communicate these experiences, particularly in light of the major changes Earth now faces, as one world?Â How can we most compellingly understand and communicate those experiences and processes?Â What 3D experiences or 3D tools can you share that might encourage the opportunity for a better world?Â If you think you can do this in a way that demonstrates how people can more easily and effectively communicate, YOU COULD WIN BIG!
The International Digital Earth 3D Visualization Challenge gives researchers, creative programmers, community leaders, activists, and students this unprecedented opportunity for international visibility of their work.Â Submit your entry by 1 April 2007 to be one of several International Digital Earth Challenge Winners!
Winners will be flown, with all expenses paid, from around the world to San Francisco for the June 5th to June 9th symposium. Six (6) finalists will receive their awards and prize packages at the Gala Awards Dinner on June 7th on the U.C. Berkeley campus.Â Contest sponsors, including Google, ESRI, and NASA will be attending the awards ceremonies for the International Symposium for Digital Earth awards dinner.Â Winners will be afforded the unique opportunity to interview with these industry giants for potential employment opportunities.
Runners-up will receive outstanding recognition by the International Society of Digital Earth, and the major geobrowser leaders; ESRI, GeoFusion, Google, and the NASA World Wind team.