Share Your Vision of the World

PHOTO: Participate in a movement to rethink and reimagine the world. Draw, decorate and design your own globe that reflects you.

ABC invites you to share "Your World"— a viewer generated art project to reimagine our globe. Download a template, color and design your world in any way you see fit, then click "save" to send it to us. We will combine your art into a new vision of our planet and debut the crowdsourced creation on our national broadcast of "TED + Diane" in early 2012.

Follow the instructions below to submit your own vision of the world:

1) Pick one of the templates as the starting point for your vision of the world. Once you have selected the template you like click on that image to enter the Pixlr website from Autodesk and begin editing your submission, subject to the Pixlr terms of service and privacy policy, in addition to the submission guidelines below.

2) Once in the Pixlr program you can begin to add elements to your template by selecting from a variety of tools, such as a brush or color change tool.

3) You can also play with adjustments and filters to create your unique vision of the world. Click here for more advance Pixlr image editing techniques.

4) Once you have finished creating your image you can save your piece of art by clicking on "File" and then the "Save" option. A pop-up window will open prompting you to save your image to your computer. Select that option which will allow you to automatically upload your image to ABC News through an ABC News mailform and subject to the submission guidelines listed below.

5) Tune in for ABC News' "Ted + Diane" special in January of 2012 to see your vision of the world as part of our global art project.

Choose Your Globe:

By submitting your video or images (the "Submitted Content"): (a) you warrant and represent that the Submitted Content is wholly original with you and that you are over the age of 18; (b) for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, you hereby grant to ABC News, TED Conferences LLC ("TED"), Pixlr, Autodesk, Inc. and their respective designees (individually and collectively the "Licensees") the unfettered worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, fully paid-up, irrevocable, non-exclusive, sublicensable (through multiple tiers) right and license to retain, use, view, reproduce, modify, adapt, translate, publish, broadcast perform and display (whether publicly or otherwise), distribute and re-distribute and exploit the Submitted Content (in whole or in part) for any reason or purpose by any and all means in any and all media, forms, formats, platforms and technologies now known or hereafter devised, invented, developed or improved as well as any supporting information, including without limitation, your first, last and/or user name, email address, IP address, voice, photograph, likeness, biographical and other supporting information you provide Licensees; and (c) you specifically agree to the use by the Licensees of any such supporting information as described in their respective terms of service and privacy policies (including cross-border transfers as described in such policies). The foregoing grant includes, but is not limited to, the right to modify, alter, edit the Submitted Content and the right to use the Submitted Content either alone or together with other content and services and you agree not to assert any so-called 'moral rights' or their equivalent anywhere in the world. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the actual usage of the Submitted Content by the applicable Licensee shall be subject to their applicable Terms of Service and Privacy Policy from time to time. For ABC's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, click here. Please note that when you click on any Image Link to Pixlr on ABCNews.com/Ted_Diane you will be leaving that site and going to the Pixlr.com website, which is governed by different terms of service and privacy policy and by accessing Pixlr.com or using any Pixlr tool, you are subject to and agree to Pixlr's different terms of service and privacy policy with respect to all of your activities, content (including the Submitted Content), information and data. For Pixlr's Terms of Service click here and for their Privacy Policy click herean.

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