Using 3D Technologies to Solve Real World Problems for the July 19th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, July 19th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to welcome Cody Rauh, who will present to NPC on using 3D technologies for real world uses in physical and cognitive therapy. Using his game and virtual world development experience combined with his 3D modeling and printing skills, Cody decided to make a difference by designing tools and toys used in therapeutic environments for children with sensory issues, autism, and cognitive or physical disabilities.

He recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund this project: Zoobits.


About Cody Rauh:

Cody Rauh, creator of Zoobits, is a contract based content developer in virtual world platforms. He has worked since 2006 on specialized development projects for the University of Venice, Memorial & St. Leo’s University, DeMolay International and companies such as El Paso Corporation, CPI Creative, and Demandx.


Additionally, he has developed 3D asset kits that are used by over 100,000+ virtual world content creators, online game developers, and mobile app designers across the globe through his company F.E. Energy, LLC – He is also a volunteer for the children’s hippotherapy program at the Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center.


Currently his focus is on using 3D technologies to implement solutions to real world problems.


Join us in Second Life!


Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting

Friday, July 19th, 8:30 AM PDT / SLT

Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater



    •    8:30 am Introductions

    •    8:40 am TechSoup Announcements

    •    8:45 am Mentors Central  

    •    9:00 am Featured Presentation – Cody Rauh

    •    9:30 am Open Mic / Announcements


The mission of the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is to create a community for nonprofits to explore and learn about virtual worlds, foster connections, and discover the many ways in which nonprofits might utilize the unique environment of Second Life to achieve their missions. 


Written by: Rhiannon Chatnoir