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Come one, come all! Whether you’re a VR first-timer, an immersive data visualizer, a researcher or a developer, an artist in search of a new medium, an instructor curious about how to use the tech in class, a student of storytelling, or some other type of human being, VR Open Hours are for you! Take our HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and other headsets for a spin, and talk to us about your ideas. We love to connect people with hardware, software, and each other.

 

Participants can log into their personal accounts to access VR content they own, or play any of the myriad experiences we have available. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

  • Chemistry lab skills-training game show
  • Virtual circuitry workshop
  • SketchUp, Revizto, and other BIM and 3D modeling tools
  • Screen-sharing, co-working applications
  • Anatomy and molecular visualizers
  • Narrative and historical experiences (some with non-English language immersion)
  • Mathematics graphing visualizers
  • Environmental exploration
  • Simulations of colorblindness, astronaut work, roller coasters, etc.
  • Creative painting and sculpting experiences
  • Meditation and exposure therapy
  • Viewers for 360° photos and video (bring your own content or view web content)
  • Games from every genre, including some by MSU students
  • Student projects, such as a U.S. Navy museum-on-a-ship exhibit, and navigable interior designs
  • Programs for developing your own VR games or experiences, including Unity and Unreal

Related LibGuide: Virtual Reality

Date:
Monday, November 11, 2019
Time:
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location:
DSL VR Room (Main Library: 2 West)
Categories:
Digital Scholarship