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Students and faculty create the Kamiak Butte virtual reality project

During the 2020 lockdown, WSU undergraduate Aidan Aumell realized that his peers were being deprived of the opportunities he had experienced, namely a field trip to Kamiak Butte. With his internship in augmented reality technology, he takes action. “I’m really passionate about VR, 3D modeling, game development and game design,” Aumell said. Currently pursuing her …

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Team of students develop virtual classrooms at ASU's Learning Futures - The Arizona State Press

Team of students develop virtual classrooms at ASU’s Learning Futures – The Arizona State Press

Learning Futures students are developing a virtual reality learning space called Huddle that will be tested by an ASU class later this semester. Huddle is an instructor-led virtual learning experience running on new cellular technology that will be used as a teaching tool. In Huddle, students, using VR headsets and controllers, can interact with virtual …

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Five years later, SCI is thriving as a "cross-disciplinary" resource

Five years later, SCI is thriving as a “cross-disciplinary” resource

By SUSAN JONES If it were up to Bruce Childers, every undergraduate at Pitt would have a connection to the School of Computing and Information. ANNIVERSARY EVENTS The School of Computing and Information kicked off its fifth anniversary with an event on August 30. The SCI community will celebrate this milestone through various events throughout …

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Seven college campuses in North Carolina secretly tracked social media posts by students and protesters

Seven college campuses in North Carolina secretly tracked social media posts by students and protesters

Invasion of privacy by a big brother or proactive policing? That’s the question after a new report found seven North Carolina universities are using or have used powerful social media monitoring programs to keep tabs on everything from campus protests to student welfare. through drugs. WRAL Investigates has tracked the use of social media monitoring …

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Students explore the use of persistent augmented reality to advance the decision cycle

Students explore the use of persistent augmented reality to advance the decision cycle

image: US Navy Lt. JaMerra Turner and Lt. Joanna Cruz used their NPS thesis to explore the use of persistent augmented reality to enhance visual representations of a carrier battle group’s communications and cyber network operations, in order to advance the decision cycle in this complex operating environment. see After Credit: US Navy Photo Decision …

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