This is the seminar for everyone. Especially for new speakers and new audience members. This week’s seminar is Alok Singh on “Infinitely large numbers that act like they’re finite” at 15:00-16:00 AEDT Thursday (could be Wednesday where you are). To join in you’ll need to install Roblox, setup voice chat (see the Instructions) and then
Two important parts of the metauni community are sharing ideas (benefits the audience) and practicing the act of communicating ideas (benefits the speaker). To speak you do not have to be an expert at giving talks, and talks should mostly be “no prerequisites”. If you’re thinking “I know about this topic and I want a reason to engage with it seriously and an opportunity to practicing presenting/explaining, but I don’t really know who would be interested enough to attend and I’m not very confident in my presentation skills” then you do it at this seminar.
To propose a talk, post in
#anything-at-all on the metauni Discord.
- 30-3-23 (Alok Singh): More!
- 6-4-23 (Billy Hibbard): Taking Children Seriously
- 13-4-23 (Russell Goyder): Algebra of the Sun Pt 2
- 19-1-23 (Blake Barbeau aka CorrivalRhyme): ArchViz in Virtual Worlds (video, transcript).
- 26-1-23 (Tessa Snikkers): WTF - What the Fabric? Unexpected Textiles (video, transcript).
- 2-2-23 (Will Troiani): An opposite is whole only with its contrary; composing music and creating mathematics (video, transcript).
- 9-2-23 (Alok Singh): Infinitely large numbers that act like they’re finite (video, transcript)
- 16-2-23 (Dan Murfet): Free associating education (video, transcript)
- 2-3-23 (Billy Hibbard): On homeschooling (video, transcript)
- 9-3-23 (Will Troiani): Story telling (in mathematics and music) (video, transcript)
- 23-3-23 (Russell Goyder): Algebra of the Sun