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Monday, October 2 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Augmented And Virtual Reality: Discovering Its Uses In Natural Science Classrooms And Beyond

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Augmented and virtual reality continue to be trending topics in educational technology. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate a workflow for creating augmented or virtual reality projects on a college campus. It will highlight an augmented reality sandbox project that was a collaboration between the Geology department, Science equipment technicians, and Technology Services and provide a roadmap for future work involving these emerging technologies at Whitman College. The sandbox utilizes a gaming pc, short throw projector, Kinect camera, and a virtual reality toolkit developed by Oliver Kreylos at UC Davis to overlay dynamic topographic data onto a sand surface. We will discuss how this technology is currently being used in our Introduction to Geology labs and Science Outreach and how virtual and augmented reality can enhance instruction in the natural sciences.

Session Chair
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Miranda Carney-Morris

Director of Educational Technology, Lewis & Clark College - IT/Educational Technology

Speakers
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Austun Ables

Instructional and Learning Tech for Sciences, Whitman College



Monday October 2, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Seattle 3 1415 5th Ave, Seattle WA 98101