Virtual Reality is ushering in a new age of media that will change the way we view content and how we interact with it. For creators, the 360 degree platform is evolving the way stories are told and the skills of the artists and technicians. The platform has no limits on how artificial environments can be created, but the paradigm shift also requires new ways of thinking and teaching.
This Saturday, educators are invited to explore new ways the technology can be effectively taught at the annual meeting. Lunch and snacks will be provided!
April 16th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
University of Southern California
USC School of Cinematic Arts – Room SCA112
900 W 34th St, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Eric Hanson and Andy Fedak will be in attendance to discuss VR from a teaching standpoint. Eric Hanson is the Associate Professor, John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts,School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California. Andy Fedak is Assistant Professor of Animation at California State University, Fullerton.
The Event Will Be Available to Watch via Streaming via YouTube
Would you like to watch the event but are unable to be present at USC? No problem! We will be live streaming the event, so you’ll be able to watch from any place, anywhere!
The Gaming Industry Explores VR
At last month’s GCD, IGN invited gaming leaders in VR to a lively Q&A for their YouTube channel on what the future holds for the platform. The discussion included their creative processes and how the infancy of VR is an exciting time for game developers and users.