Virtual reality class demonstrations begin April 24

Virtual reality class demonstrations begin April 24 Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Virtual reality interdisciplinary courses of the future are here today!
Virtual reality interdisciplinary courses of the future are here today!

Student work from a new virtual reality course that connected theater and film with computer science and engineering disciplines will be featured during live demonstrations starting April 24.

The projects include a house environment where the participants solve puzzles, a museum heist game, a space adventures environment, an application for creating film storyboards, and a two-player game where participants compete in separate rooms.

Each of the class teams features a mix of disciplines, allowing the students the opportunity to learn to work together.

Those sessions, which are free and open to the public and offered from 1 to 3 p.m. each day, are:

  • April 24, Nebraska Union, Crib

  • April 26, Avery Hall, Room 12

  • April 27, Van Brunt Visitors Center, Great Hall

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