Lightning talks on XR student research
Friday, April 28th from 2 to 4pm
Studio X is proud to present a series of lightning talks and cutting-edge extended reality work and projects from students across the University.
Student presenters will share their experiences, insights, and the outcomes of their work. There will be time after the presentations for a Q&A session and demonstrations. Some of the demonstration to look forward to include Phobigone, a product that allows users to confront their fears in a safe virtual environment; Studio X: The Game, created by Karp Library Fellow Liam O’Leary; and Aurum VR, a virtual alchemical laboratory created in collaboration with the Robbins Library.
The event is open to all. Light refreshments will be provided. We hope you choose to join us for an afternoon of inspiration, innovation, and collaboration, as we celebrate the achievements of our talented students.