Canadian Embassy Hosts Special Serious Games Event - Featuring Project Whitecard

The Canadian Embassy is hosting an exciting special event for the serious games, space, modeling and simulation and other interested communities.

Join us next Friday, on November 7th at 6pm-8pm at the Canadian Embassy to meet Project Whitecard and for lively networking. Project Whitecard are developers of Serious Games for Education, Health, and Training. Focusing on game based education and interactive simulations, PWI delivers new models of learning using leading 3D technologies. Specializing in Space environments and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics learning. PWI also creates web 2.0 customer centric applications.

Fresh from pitching a $10 million project to NASA November 7, Project Whitecard will be speaking on Serious Games for Space, virtual space exploration, collaboration, and creating opportunities. Project Whitecard is currently building a curriculum based mathematics learning game, set in the environment of the International Space Station, and also Project Moonwalk, designed to deliver US middle school science curriculum in a moonbase building environment.

Project Whitecard sits on the board of the CAASTLE Group, the Canadian / American Alliance for Simulation Training, Learning and Education. We actively search out opportunities for collaboration, new collaboration partners and new members to join the CAASTLE group. Project Whitecard is also very involved with Serious Games Canada, and Canadian Serious Games Industry representation.

Please be sure to RSVP both to this meetup and directly to the Embassy to Corina Greig at [masked] if you plan to attend.

Please pass this on to others who may be interested in this event.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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  • David O.

    Excellent presentation and opportunity to network with others.

    November 9, 2008

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