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November 28, 2017

Presentation: Starting with the Art System.
  

In compliance with the Law of Infogovernment.

The Unasur, the United Nations and the Unesco publish Guidelines for World Internet Systems. Those Guidelines are studied and the System complies with them to an acceptable level.

Once the requirements are met and the compromise with accountability and transparency are made, the initiative can receive a Licence to operate from the Regional Block, in this case the Unasur. It is not just about compliance to a set of rules, it also implies the Transparency and Accountability of the System to the Regional Licensing Authority.

The idea is to ensure the following guarantees to International Users:
  
1) That the Material in the Solution is not used for Political Discrimination amongst it's Users.
2) That the Material in the Solutions are not used for War Propaganda.
3) That the Material is not used for Hate Crimes.
4) That the Material is presented in compliance with the Right for Political Freedom without directly participating in Politics.
5) That the System is not designed to spread Partisan Political Propaganda.
6) That the Material is not used to spread hate between Member Countries and their Political Parties.
7) That the Users have the Right to Complain and the Right to reply when offended.
8) That the System has a link to a valid Crime Tracking and Prevention System, which is, a valid international link with the Police.
9) That the System does not include or promote Political ID Discrimination such as Political ID Cards and Political Discrimination Passes.
10) That the System has specified Rules, Norms and Systems to respect the Political Preferences of it's Users.
11) That the System includes compatibility and links to Certified Human Right Organizations, which is a requirement by the United Nations Human Rights Commission.
12) That the System includes added protections to Women on a System Level in compliance with Guidelines from UN
Women.
13) That the System is Transparent to the Licensing Authorities in compliance with the UN Transparency Commission.

With a view on the Importance of Heritage as well, a 3D Mesh Art Gallery.
  
   
An Art Gallery can have just about any Mesh that the People want to make. But that is not remarkable or even useful in the Economy as part of a Game Industry, Tourism or even in the Role of Promoting Nature Conservation.

Heritage has to be included. Not always, but some importance should be given to the Culture of the Country not just just for Business reasons, but to stimulate a love for the conservation of the Local Nature.

Things that are included in the Art Gallery as Categories can be:
  
Plants and Animals.

Specially those that need Conservation and Protection and of course the National Bird and Tree. In that section the Flora and Fauna that is shown is present on the linked Country Section. Being it a Species found in the Country, it is part of the National Heritage when it is linked as a National Art. The Students in 3D Art are required to provide Art for all the Sections and not the same one others already made.
Products we can find in the Country.

Industrial Heritage includes products from other countries that are present in the Local Shops. Each Art Work designed to possibly help the local commerce sell. It can be Typical Food, Typical Clothing and Fashion as well. Students are asked to include products that are part of the National Market and that in some way are part of the National Identity.
Working with the Local Interior Design Companies.

Products that are requested or suggested by the Local Interior Design and Furniture Industry. It has to be products that have already been made and offered for sale in the real world in order for it to qualify in that Category. All students are required to post Artworks in all the Local Sections as they Study.
Local Graphical Art to the 3D Mesh World.

Representations on things from the Local Graphical Artists recognized by the Local Art Academy as Local Art Masters. Some of those creations are made from parts of Art Works that have already been created by the Local Artist and some are made with the signature approval of the Original Artist even if as a simple way to say it likes it.
Local Sculpture Art to the 3D Mesh World.

Representations of things from the Local Sculpture Artists recognized by the Local Art Academy as Local Art Masters. Some Art made by Students could have some Guidance from the Sculpture Artist and some are signed as being liked by the Sculpture Artists.
Local Architecture to the 3D Mesh World.

Architectural Works, most are places that already exist and are built in order for it to fit the Category. Can also be local buildings that eventually can be used to create a Virtual Version of a part of a City. Games that include Real Life Local Architecture are also appreciated in order to pass the subject, should Architecture be a part of what is being studied.
Local Places that inspire in the 3D Mesh World.

3D Meshes that relate to Places in the Country and also Tourism Hot Spots, using the Local Features of Nature to create Landscapes and other Local Related 3D Art Works. It can be Landscape Parts or the Complete Scenery. Sometimes those environments can be used for Games of for other 3D Art forms like Still Photos or 3D Animated Cartoons. Some Scenes can require hundreds of Objects. All Students are required to contribute with such 3D Sceneries.
Contributions with 3D Art for External Social Use.

Sometimes some People request some Art Works for their use and when possible such are is contributed for the use of the Contributor, which also means that the Company can use those images to create Localized Games as well. Sometimes Teachers in Blue Clubs can request some Images to illustrate educational material for example. Contributing is a Social Value that is promoted in the Systems and thus it is required that all Students contribute.
Other Art Works aside from Game use.

Some new Art are solicited as a suggestion by Members of the System. For example a given number of People might be requesting a 3D mesh about a Jewellery Ring Linked to Nature for a Fairy. The Student can see the requests and can try fulfilling a part of that request to expand the variety of the Art available. All these sections are a Part of the National Patrimony.
   

How the Art System pays for itself.

There is one Rule that is common to most Gallery Systems for Professionals and that is:
NO USING THE NORMAL WEB BROWSERS.


The Gallery System runs in a Software Solution that can Handle a wide range of Functions and types of Listings, 3D Image Manipulation and Social Network Functionality such as Instant Messaging and other Virtual Club Activities such as Walking inside a 3D World Gallery.

The Software has clients from all over the World and it works with Membership Fees. But before a Person can pay the Person needs to buy Credits and then spend those on the Services, much like the Online Games work. Sometimes some Contributions to the System by already Graduated Students can be paid with Credits, making thus their Membership free.

The Art Works are separated by Nationality on the same Software. Every Country with the proper respect for it's Culture and Patrimony with objects made for them, sometimes requested by Ranked Users that advise on the Local Culture.

Basic Features of the Software.
  
Knowledge Base Access.

It includes Sectional Tutorials, search of functions by Keywords and Word Keys. Assigning Custom Keywords to Topics, Simple As It Gets (SAIG) Educational Material and Custom Comments on Sharable Pages with the Data of the Knowledge Base. Users can and do add new Educational Material to the Knowledge Base but it is required that an Academic User Supervises it before it is Marked as Recommended for Educational Purposes.

It can teach simple things like how to make a simple star shaped hole in a 3D Shape to entire Tutorials like how to Model a Human Face.

Contributors are sometimes awarded with special Credits so that they can pay for access to other Services. The Credit System is different for each Country and so are the Clubs, but the Knowledge base is usually the same in a given Language.

More than one description can be added on the same topic and it is Categorized by Club and Collection.
Online Courses.

That is software that is made specifically to educate. New kinds of Educational Software can be added as more Courses are included. The Academic Blue Clubs help make them and usually they are granted an Academic Licence by a Professional Teacher and Regulator. Those are normally used as an Introduction to a Software or a Big Part of Software Functionality, like for example Scripting in a 3D Design Software or making a 3D Car Mesh stating from a Box and 3 Pictures.

Access to some Online Courses requires Credits and/or Membership in a Specific Club. Contributing in the creation of an Online Course might grant Credits.

Online Courses also feature Exams and Operator Supervision, depending on the Type of Course. All Courses that award Diplomas have Serious Tests performed in a Separate Computer under the System's Supervision, like most Software Companies that award Certifications do.
Multimedia Chat.

Multimedia Chat with Images, Background Images, Videos, 3D Images and Sound Effects are included  in the Software Solution. Different Clubs have Different Chat Channels. The Chat System features Logging Conversations and Chat Room Activity.

Sometimes the Chat Room is linked to the Features of an Online Course Software, thus creating a Virtual Chat Classroom for a Group of People. Other times it is linked to a 3D Room Display where they can discuss Art Works. The Interaction between Software is made by invisible commands that are sent to the Chat Software but are not shown in the Chat Window, but redirected to the other Accessory Software instead.

A User can create an Art Work, if it is a Paying Member it can upload it's Art work and share it with the other People in the same Chat Room, thus allowing to share as they learn in the Multimedia Chat 3D Classroom.
Social Profile Functions.

The User has it's own Profile Page which is a part of the User's Account. It keeps track of a range of things like Credits, Club Membership, Club Messages, Vote System, Comments, Public Posts, Pictures and sometimes Art Works. It does not normally feature a function to like other User Profiles but it does offer Contact Info Storage locally on the User's Computer.

As a Software that is not on a Web Page it can also keep previous versions of a User Profile. Sometimes other users can create a Custom Profile with Custom Images and send it using the Chat System, as part of the Private Chat Functions.

Some Users have access to a Mini-Blog System, which is normally available for Blue Club (Academic) members since those can teach. Mini-Blogs are normally a paid service unless it is a Ranked Educational Contributor or an Invited Pixie User.
Social Contact System.

The Software can store Contact Information, create an Address Book, keep Logs of Conversations, make notes on previous conversations, store keywords that can be searched on previous Chat Conversations, set notes on the Contacts and even have Scheduler Functions which reminds of Compromise Dates with the other Contacts.

It helps remind the User of who another Person was, what they said and what they said they liked, enhancing thus the Social Memory of the User and the User Community.

The Social Contact System has several Applications that are separated and work as Custom and Skinned Software Versions. The User can then select which Contact Assistant Software they want provided from the Programmer Club. Different Clubs also have access to different kinds of Social Contact Systems.
Club Coin System.

Clubs award Virtual Credits which can then be spent on Services in the same Club. The Clubs have a limited number of Virtual Credits available monthly. The Virtual Credits might also allow for paying Freeland Work and Dedicated Tutors.

Basically a User does a Service to the Art Club, the Art Club then awards the Credits that the Contributing User can then use to gain special services in that Club, such as Access to Special Tutorials and Special 3D Mesh Art Material which is more expensive to make or more rare. Like for example gaining access to a 3D Rigged Mesh of a Puma (Big Cat Mammal) ready for animation that you would see normally on the 3D Online Stores on the web selling for 100$ or more for a similar one.

So in that example the User might have contributed in making a Complex and Beautiful Giraffe and as a reward for the contribution the User can get the Puma using the Club's Credit System. Access to Rigged (ready for animation) Meshes are not normally a part of the regular Basic Club Membership Plan.

How to pay for Membership into the System.

SMS Messages is the best way to start payments in Venezuela. That is sending a word using a Cellphone Message and the amount paid is deducted from the Phone's Bill in what is called "SMS Payment". It is easy and Venezuela has one of the highest rates of Mobile Phone Users in the World. So it should be no problem.

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