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While we reconvene online, here some pictures of campus, if you are missing it
REALITIES360 CONFERENCE AND EXPO: THE PREMIER AR/VR EVENT FOR LEARNING
Man this makes my head hurt. Also isn’t this what Socrates was charged with? https://t.co/BPkgg3yqv0
— Owain Alexander (@captainreddy123) January 30, 2020
As the new year begins, it’s important to look towards what’s coming in 2020. The augmented and virtual reality landscape is shifting rapidly, and it’s crucial to fully understand what place AR and VR have in your organization’s L and D strategy. Take time at the front of the new year to come up with a clear and informed strategy on how AR and VR should, can, and will impact learning in your organization. Spend a few days taking a deeper dive into the topic by joining us March 31 – April 2, 2020 in Orlando at Realities360 Conference and Expo.
Learn more: http://elgd.co/r20-conal
FEATURED KEYNOTE: HOW XR WILL SHARE THE FUTURE OF ENTERPRISE
We’ve just added a new keynote to the lineup! During this focused keynote, Stephanie Llamas will explore how XR is on its way to revolutionizing enterprise and what this means for the enterprise XR industry as a whole. She will look at the key opportunities for content creators, where commercial organizations are investing their money, and finally, the ROI. You’ll leave this keynote with insights into how to take advantage of XR’s enormous opportunities and how the market’s future will affect your bottom line.
Learn more: http://elgd.co/r20-conal-keynotes
ADDED BONUS: ACCESS TO LEARNING SOLUTIONS 2020
Realities360 is co-located with Learning Solutions Conference and Expo, the learning and development event that takes ideas beyond theory and into practice. Your Realities360 registration includes access to everything offered at Learning Solutions Conference – including 120+ additional L and D focused sessions to choose from, and much more!
Learn more about Learning Solutions: http://elgd.co/r20-conal-lscon
LAST CHANCE TO SAVE BIG!
Register and pay by NEXT FRIDAY, February 7, and save $150 with the Last Chance registration discount – in addition to all other discounts you may qualify for!
Plus, employees of academic institutions save an additional 25% off registration!
REGISTER NOW > http://elgd.co/r20-conal-reg
Jan. 21, MC 205 (how to get to the PDR room:
Plan: learn to create, edit and use still 360 degrees images and videos.
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The SCSU VIzLab , InforMedia Services, and the SCSU Marriage and Family Program are conducting a pilot study to explore possible applications of Virtual Reality technology.
We are currently seeking student volunteer participants.
They will be asked to take part in a short virtual reality experience, about 10 minutes long, followed by a brief survey.
The goal of this experience is to help determine the effectiveness of current VR technology and 360° video as a potential resource for the university.
There are available times on the 23rd, 25th, and 30th of April, and 2nd of May.
The experience will be held in ISELF 118 (first floor), the lounge just off the lobby (pls see map).
As this data is just exploratory in nature, we are limiting the survey to 30 participants, so signup is required here:https://doodle.com/poll/d5iee9ixitxdv4cv
Please announce in your classes about this opportunity, and encourage interested students to contact:
Christine Waisner (email@example.com),
Mark Gill (firstname.lastname@example.org), or
Plamen Miltenoff (email@example.com) to schedule a time, or for more information.
Lynne Schrum and Sandi Sumerfield 4/26/2018
Many museums now offer makerspaces and after-school programs, and universities have developed low-cost materials to spark students’ imagination and interest, such as the Carnegie Mellon CREATE Lab
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C
Art museums throughout the world offer virtual tours sorted by collection, artist or decade.
After one of these rich experiences, students can use free resources, such as Skype in the Classroom, to connect with experts to engage in scholarly dialogue to make their experience more meaningful and academically relevant or to interact with learners in other parts of the world.
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Where: Normandale Community College (G) When: August 3, 1:45 PM
join our discussion #mnsummit2017 #vrlib on Twitter (@scsutechinstruct) and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InforMediaServices/
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By Richard Chang 06/15/17
MEL Science, based in London, has launched a series of virtual reality (VR) chemistry lessons for K–12. The 3-year-old company this week released a MEL Chemistry VR app, featuring a virtual chemistry lab, for free on Google Daydream. This free version, which contains the first six chemistry lessons, is available at this MEL Science site.
MEL Science aims to release more than 150 lessons covering all the main topics included in K–12 schools’ chemistry curriculum. Later this year, MEL Science also aims to add support for other VR platforms, including Google Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR.
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