Virtual Reality has advanced by leaps and bounds over the past few years, bringing it into the hands of more users and producers who are putting the growing medium to use. The UITS Advanced Visualization Lab presented a seminar series on how the medium of virtual reality has proven to be useful in fields ranging from education and learning to training, science, design and evaluation.
Speakers included domain experts such as Laura Shackelford and John Stone along with technology and content experts from the Advanced Visualization Lab and Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities & Creative Activities group.
Archive of Spring 2019 presentations.
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Talks in this series
- 2019.01.16: The Medium of Virtual Reality (VR) with Bill Sherman
The Medium of Virtual Reality (VR) (on YouTube)
- 2019.01.23: A Survey of VR Experiences with Chauncey Frend
A Survey of VR Experiences (on YouTube)
- 2019.01.30: VR for Architectural Review with Jeff Rogers (see February 13th)
- 2019.02.06: VR for Simulation and Training with Chauncey Frend
VR for Simulation and Training (on YouTube)
- 2019.02.13: VR for Architectural Review with Jeff Rogers
VR for Architectural Review (on YouTube)
- 2019.02.20: Developing Mobile VR Experiences with Jeff Rogers (moved from February 13th)
Developing Mobile VR Experiences (on YouTube)
- Bonus: 2019.02.25:
VR Expeditions: Creative Tools in VR (on YouTube)
- 2019.02.27: Scientific Visualization with VR with Bill Sherman
Scientific Visualization with VR (on YouTube)
- 2019.03.06: Molecular Visualization with VR with John Stone
Molecular Visualization with VR (on YouTube)
- 2019.03.19: No workshop
- 2019.03.20: Virtual Tourism with Tassie Gniady
Virtual Tourism (on YouTube)
- 2019.03.27: No workshop
- 2019.04.03: Archaeology Training with VR with Laura Shackelford / Alan Craig (moved from February 20th)
Archaeology Training with VR (on YouTube)
- 2019.04.10: VR-Unity Extravaganza with Bill Sherman
VR-Unity Extravaganza (on YouTube)
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