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World Building Workshop: Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 3PM ET


jomo writes:

FREE workshop for anyone interested in learning how to build 3D objects in Blender for the Metaverse. All backgrounds welcome!

This workshop is TODAY Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 3PM ET (9PM Amsterdam).

We are a collaborative and welcoming group that will guide you through the basics of building virtual worlds in Blender and uploading them into the NOWHERE metaverse with World Runner.

Attendees will be able to learn new 3D skills, share cool projects they're working on and coding tips with their peers. Come talk shop and expand your community of 3D artists!

We are excited to build the future of the Internet with you!

PROFESSOR: Benjamin Guignabert - Senior Software Development Engineer
Ben is a software engineer specializing in 3D graphics, based out of Lyon. Ben has over 7 years of experience with 3D modeling in Babylon.JS.


  • Blender Basics:
  • Geometry
  • Object Orientation

NOWHERE Integration:

  • World Runner Plugin
  • Importing Objects
  • Editing Objects


Here's a broad overview of what we will cover in the course:


The World Building Courses take place on the NOWHERE platform.

Please login with:
Computer, chrome browser, stable internet connection, headphones & extra tabs and applications closed. We encourage you to have Blender downloaded before logging on.


*events are held on ET time, please note, this event will be recorded.

🚪 3:00PM | Course Begins
🎤 3:05PM | Welcome Announcement
🎤 3:10PM | Lecture Starts
💫 4:00PM | Event Ends

⭐ Bring your projects, any questions you have, or show us what you're building!
⭐ Meet like-minded people!
⭐ Learn a new skill or refine your technique

About the Author

Jon Morris

? Actor ? Artist ? Entrepreneur ? ? Founder / CEO ? Founder / Creative Director Conceptual artist and entrepreneur who creates multilayered installations, performances, and experiences with the express intent of elevating an audience to a sublime state. Challenging the relationship between art and spectator Morris’ work is typically equal parts technical, playful, inventive and rich with depth. His work has been praised by NY Times, WSJ, LA Times, Rolling Stone and includes collaborations with NIN, Cirque Du Soleil, and Burning Man.

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