Ernie Flowers put on a great mix of hands-on to theory of Immersive Media inside baseball in two sessions 3-hours session, Tuesday March 20th. We had 10 students and three instructors attend, and would have had more if we could of transported them from deep in the valley to El Segundo. But nonetheless we represented the LA Mission College brand and met Jason Jerald and Derek Alan-Rowe before and after their presentations.
Want to better create – or appreciate – powerful #VR #apps? It’s not too late to join our FREE ‘Humans & #VirtualReality’ VR #ATTDevLab in LA Tues & Wed! Register now: https://t.co/2A1F2UO0Tk pic.twitter.com/4tgx58nsoj
— AT&T Dev Program (@attdeveloper) March 18, 2018
Los Angeles VR AR developers and designers join a talk by @_jasonjerald, author of “The VR Book” and leading VR expert on human centered design. Identical sessions either Tue 3/20 or Wed 3/21 in El Segundo at DIRECTV HQ #attcreators #attemp Register: https://t.co/rSDjTphlhy
— Michael Pacholec (@pacholec) March 20, 2018
Doing some Fun AR. Ph.D doing nice talk t AT&T Entertainment Group HQ for a couple days w #devlab #lifeatatt #attdevlab @attdeveloper #vr @mergervr #mergevr #attentertainmentgroup #AR pic.twitter.com/Z7LP8JFmJ6
— Cliff Baldridge (@cliffbaldridge) March 21, 2018
“Without a clear understanding of the human side of virtual reality, the experience will always fail.” (Jason Jerald)
Designing for virtual reality is an incredibly complex challenge. When done well, these experiences can be brilliant and pleasurable, but when done badly, they can result in frustration and sickness. In this free 3-hour workshop Jason Jerald, author of The VR Book: Human-Centered Design for Virtual Reality and Co-Founder & Principal Consultant of NextGen Interactions,
Learning never stops. Thank you @ATT @DIRECTV @attCAREERS @attdeveloper for the #VR Workshop tonight & this fun @MergeVR to play with! #virtualreality #AR #augmentedreality #tech #technology #mergecube #devlab pic.twitter.com/AppMv2PbJn
— Laarni Rosca Dacanay (@laarnid1) March 21, 2018
Grade 11 art student Sanjeev Sureshkumar creating a virtual reality space with our VIVE. The future is now! pic.twitter.com/KrITMyj1lG
— FMM Arts Department (@FMMarts) March 21, 2018
Through a combination of use cases and demonstrations will show how users perceive and intuitively interact with various forms of reality, discuss the causes of VR sickness, and demonstrate how to employ useful and pleasing content to create an immersive experience.
— Leobardo Barrios Jr (@BarriosLeobardo) March 20, 2018
When our students left the workshop, we understood virtual reality from the human experience perspective, allowing us to better create – or simply appreciate – powerful VR applications for our end-of-semester class projects. Whether for entertainment, education, science, healthcare, or the myriad of other uses of this new and exciting technology we left the workshop more capable to take on next steps.
— David August (@DavidAugust) March 21, 2018
This workshop was for everyone, whether your were a developer, content creator, filmmaker, or simply someone interested in knowing more about VR, these workshop had everything for the novice to the prosumer.