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