Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality — Hands on with Google Cardboard and the Vive

Camp Instructor(s): Bill Sherman, IU

Skill Level: Beginner - Advanced

Ratio Guarantee: 8 students per instructor, max 20 students per camp week.

Ages: 13 and up

Prerequisite: None

Software: TBD

Location: Smith Research Center, Rm 120 see location.

Time: Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm

Cost: $375

Course Description:

In this camp, students have the opportunity to develop Virtual Reality applications that will work on their phone with a Google Cardboard, and on the HTC Vive virtual reality display. Using the Unity 3D game engine, students will use a powerful professional tool to build virtual worlds and experience them in virtual reality.

Each student will receive a Google Cardboard display that they can keep and use with a smartphone to display virtual reality environments. Students will have the opportunity to design their own virtual world and load it onto a phone for viewing.

Registration for 2017 camp is now closed.

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