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Acknowledgements & Special Thanks
In addition to our sponsors, we also would like to acknowledge and thank members of the community whose open source or Creative Commons licensed works were used in the production of the conference.
Thanks to the Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Lab, Dr. Robert Williams, and students of the Tec^Edge “Summer at the Edge” student research program for the landing and breakout region zone components. Members of the student build team includes: Daltin Loomis, Joseph Merrill, Spencer Lukowski, Jacob Slezak, Dalton Flanagan, Miranda McGrothers, Kristen Tate, Bryan Rich, Shea Tolson, Josh Crank, and learning interns Matt Larson, Michael Erno, Abigail Riffle, Jonathan Sander, Jocelyn Meyer, Wilson Bailey, and William Gross. Special thanks to Lydia Divine and Mark Siebert for overseeing and coordinating all of the student build teams! Discovery Lab, a partnership of WBI and AFRL, brings together multidisciplinary, joint teams into the Tec^Edge environment for a period of a few weeks to one or more years, allowing for intense collaboration on a specific challenge or opportunity.
Thanks to Linda Kellie and Zadaroo.com for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Fleep Tuque and the FleepGrid Web Shop for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Jamie Wright of OpenSim Creations for various avatar components used in the making of the default local account avatars.
Thanks to Queenie of OpenSim Creations for the “Mown Hair” avatar component used in the making of the Cyber Woman default local account avatar.
Thanks to Ruben Haan of OSGrid and OpenSim Creations for the “Black Boots” avatar component used in the making of the Cyber default local account avatars.
Thanks to Carn Iggle of OSGrid for the “Hippo” avatar.