1. 2010
  2. 2009
  3. 2008
  4. 2007
  5. 2006
  6. 2005
  7. 2004
  8. 2003
  9. 2002
  10. 2001
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  12. 1999
  13. 1998
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  15. 1996


January 20, 2010

SMARTlab PhD student Bruce Damer presented a talk on the EvoGrid at the SETI Institute.



September 29, 2009

"Wanted: Home computers to join in research on artificial life" article in the New York Times.


July 2-6, 2009

"Toy universe may solve mystery of life's origins on DigitalSpaces EvoGrid" featured on and numerous other sites around the web including MSNBC and Chris Jablonski's blog on ZDNET and on the Russian site


February 9, 2009

DigitalSpace's Educational Spacewalk Simulation for STS-125, the Hubble Telescope Servicing Mission is launched on



September 3, 2008

DigitalSpace's work for Honeybee Robotics with Jeroen Lapre on visualizing a lunar excavator using a pneumatic mechanism is covered in a story on "How to build lunar homes fron moon dirt".


August 5, 2008

DigitalSpace's work for HumanSpace in a contract to visualize the European Space Agency's lunar architecture.



October 5, 2007

Design simulation (with NASA, DigitalSpace and DM3D Studios) of a human mission to an asteroid, as featured in a short movie on


July 20, 2007

DigitalSpace releases a design for a human mission to an asteroid. After six months of work, DigitalSpace today released a design visualization for a human mission to an asteroid (also known as a Near Earth Object or NEO). This work was done in support of an internal NASA feasibility study, although it is DigitalSpace's unique concept and contribution. Please see our site on the project which includes our press release, movies of the concept mission, images and description of the mission as well as many resources about organizations and individuals in the NEO community.

Special News Coverage:

This release has been covered by the following news organizations:


April, 2007

DigitalSpace founder Bruce Damer wrote four columns for the Terra Nova academic blog on virtual worlds about the history and evolution of social virtual worlds. The four columns are: Maze War, the first multi user 3D virtual world, next we have From Maze War to Habitat, Alphaworld and the mid-90s explosion of avatars, after this we have Worldstruck and other In-world terms, and lastly Meeting in the Ether.


March, 2007

DigitalSpace founder Bruce Damer featured in stories in the news media including an interview in the Christian Science Monitor and the same story in USA Today (16 March, 2007) and in the Philadelphia Inquirer (18 March 2007) with a companion article here.


January, 2007

DigitalSpace is selected to create design simulations of Lunar robotic excavator systems for NASA under contracts with sysRAND Corporation, National Security Corporation and Los Alamos National Laboratories.


January, 2007

DM3D Studios were featured in Australian Anthill Magazine in a story about regional innovators. Click here to read the article Bull-ants: Regional Tech beyond Metropolis.



November 9, 2006

An great interview with Bruce Damer on titled "How virtual worlds got off the ground" A brief history of the virtual world. You can read the article here.


February 28, 2006

WB05 e-Symposium. Avatar Panel 5 "Virtual Real versus Real Virtual".


January, 2006

DigitalSpace is participating as a team member on the RLEP2 (Robotic Lunar Exploration Program) surface mobility trades team during the "pre-phase A" work on this planned 2011 robotic mission to the Lunar south pole. This mission will look for water ice and other useful materials in the permanently shadowed areas of polar Lunar craters. The presence of water ice could aid humanity in creating a more sustainable presence on the moon in the future. DigitalSpace is producing a series of design prototype simulations including vehicles and lunar terrain for use in the surface mobility (rover) trade studies.


January, 2006

A presentation made by Bruce Damer of DigitalSpace at the October 2005 LEAG conference is described by science writer Trudy Bell in Astronomy Magazine: "Moon conference looks to the future". This was also included in the March 2006 issue of Astronomy Magazine. DigitalSpace was also mentioned in Air & Space (Smithsonian) Magazine in another article by Trudy, you can read the article here(PDF).



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