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I would  like to introduce myself, I am Jack Stemmelin, President & Founder of 360° 3D World and our Educational non profit, The (about to be formed) Tesseract Foundation. Our Foundation is intended to inspire students in my area of expertise, S.T.E.M. Math and new technology have always fascinated me and the idea of OUR WORLD in 3D is captivating and I recognize it as a disruptive technology. You can also find me on twitter a @pcomputational @eatfantastic @iRestaurateur.

I am also the Volunteer Webmaster for F.LA.G.1999, C.P.C.E.O., T.A.N.E.R.,U.F.O.P & D.M.L.A.S. I am a member of the Metropolitan Club, a former Captain and trainer for ClubCorp, and I attended, but did not graduate from Devry Institute of Technology. I can also claim the privilege of  less than four years in high school because of Honor Roll and the gifted students program at Bremen High School, district 228 in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago where I grew up, and presently reside. I am an auto-didactic virtual reality artist, Microsoft Certified System Engineer last certified in 2001. I also code websites in MOODLE, Modular, Object, Oriented, Learning Environment and I am currently working on coursework to teach others virtual reality and augmented reality, as I learn about it myself.

Tesseract Foundation is intended to inspire students in S.T.E.M. Math and new technology have always fascinated me and the idea of OUR WORLD in 3D is captivating and I recognize it as a disruptive technology. You can also find me on twitter a @pcomputational @eatfantastic @iRestaurateur.

My real is John, I was named after a President, and the Catholic Pope in 1964, the year I was born. Also being a resident of Chicago’s south side, the Museum of Science & History & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has always Inspired me to achieve excellence for the purpose of educating myself, and others. Enough about me, this is the anniversary of the most famous speech. So so will abruptly stop blabbering, instead I would like to inspire you with a historical speech made before I was born, but a speech not a single egalitarian human can ignore.