DigitalSpace Events Schedule
2006 DigitalSpace Events
Oct 30-Nov 1st: Was the 8th Space Resources Roundtable in Golden, Colorado, USA. DigitalSpace presented a paper titled "Design Simulation in Support of Exploration and ISRU for NASA's Lunar Exploration Program and the Mining Industry". In addition, DigitalSpace presented our work on "Using the open source Digital Spaces platform in design simulation for lunar exploration and in-situ resource utilization" at the Lunar Geomechatronics Workshop held at the Colorado School of Mines on October 30th in conjuction with SRR VIII.
September 19-21, 2006: was Space 2006 - presented by the AIAA held in San Jose, California. See our photos, movies and audio of this event and Bruce Damer's presentation here.
June 4-7, 2006: was PTMSS - the Planetary and Terrestrial Mining Sciences Symposium hosted by NORCAT and held in an experimental mine in Sudbury, Ontario Canada. DigitalSpace representative Brad Blair presented a paper by DigitalSpace.
May 4-7, 2006: Was the International Space Development Conference in Los Angeles, California. This is the 25th annual event and is co-hosted by the National Space Society and the Planetary Society and features a "who's who" of people in the space exploration industry.
March 17-19, 2006: Was the annual CONTACT conference featuring the theme "Science and the Arts with a focus on Music". CONTACT was held at the NASA Ames Research Center Conference Center.
March 13-15, 2006: Sim-Space Workshop, Where Cyber Space Meets Outer Space Building 3, Moffett Field University NASA Ames Research Park. Bruce Damer presented current projects supporting design simulation for lunar exploration and past projects to provide public outreach for space. The workshop schedule is posted here. See Bruce's presentations in the SimSpace Workshop Video Archive. Also of interest are the cartoon drawings done as facilitation during the workshop and a couple which describe digitalspaces and our sims.
March 5-9, 2006: ASCE Aerospace Division International Conference - Earth & Space 2006, League City, TX. DigitalSpace presented the following paper and post sessions: Modeling a Lunar Bucket Wheel Excavator for Early ISRU Telerobotic Concepts, and Real-Time 3D Collaborative Design Simulation in the New Exploration Era.