If you want to feel good about Second Life, and the good that it can do for millions around the world, see this machimina.
Parkinson's Disease is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. Virtual Reality is currently being researched as a means to reduce the risk of falling that people affected with this disease have. Find out how Second Life has helped 86-year old Fran Seranade walk better, and improve her quality of life at Creations for Parkinson's. This machinima features Fran, and includes a narration by her real life daughter, Barbie Alchemi, chair of the Second Life organization.
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To visit Creations for Parkinson's:
"The Drax Files: World Makers" profiles the creative people behind the avatars who move the virtual world of Second Life forward with their passion and persistence. To see more in the Drax Files Machinima series:
To see my 2013 review of Creations for Parkinson's:
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research: