Enrique A Ferraro from Austin, TX, age 46Get Report

Austin, TX

Enrique Ferraro Phones & Addresses

  • 3409 Texas Topaz Dr, Austin, TX 78728
  • Travis, TX
  • 4509 Norman Trl, Austin, TX 78749 (512) 917-7253

Work

Position: Sales Occupations

Emails

e***o@flash.net

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Enrique Ferraro

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About:
Born: 1970
Work:
Position: Actress
Skills & Activities:
Sport: Uruguayan football player • Uruguayan expatriate football player • Defensor Sporting Club player • Centro Atlético Fénix player • Atenas de San Carlos player • Juventud Las Piedras player • C.A. Bella Vista player • Central Español player • Rampla Juniors player • C.A. Rentistas player • Danubio Football Club player • Rocha F.C. player • Progreso player • Huachipato football player • Deportivo Quito football player • Barcelona Sporting Club football player • Club Deportivo O'Higgins player • Chilean Primera División player • Chilean Primera B player • Expatriate football player in Chile • Expatriate football player in Bolivia • Expatriate football player in Ecuador • Football

Us Patents

User Value Transport Mechanism Across Multiple Virtual World Environments

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US Patent:
2009031, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Jun 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/144295
Inventors:
Enrique A. Ferraro - Austin TX,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
G06F 3/048
US Classification:
709204, 715700
Abstract:
Mechanisms for transferring a value associated with a representation of a user in a first virtual world environment instance to a second virtual world environment instance are provided. With these mechanisms, a request to transport a first representation of the user from the first virtual world environment instance to the second virtual world environment instance is received. One or more data objects associated with a first representation of the user in the first virtual world environment instance are quantized into at least one quantized value. The at least one quantized value is transported to the second virtual world environment instance and is converted into a second representation of the user in the second virtual world environment instance, the second representation of the user being different from the first representation of the user in the first virtual world environment. The at least one quantized value may not maintain a correspondence between the at least one quantized value and the one or more data objects such that the one or more data objects cannot be automatically generated based on the at least one quantized value.
Enrique A Ferraro from Austin, TX, age 46 Get Report