Voices of XR: A Studio X Speaker Series – Carl Domingo

banner for XR speaker series entitled Voices of XR. On the left, an illustration of a person in a headset reaching with neon geometric squares in the background. On the right is text that reads: "Voices of XR: A Studio X Speaker Series." Underneath, is the Studio X and River Campus Libraries wordmarks.

Join Studio X at the River Campus Libraries in conversation with invited scholars, artists, professionals, and more, who will discuss their work with immersive technologies across disciplines and industries. These events are free and open to all members of the campus community and the general public.

Carl Domingo, wearing a blue Unity shirt.

Carl Domingo is the Global Student Programs Manager at Unity, working to support student communities. While studying game development at RIT and later working at Major League Hacking, he witnessed the rise of future tech leaders at hackathons all around the world. Carl has spent several years helping students and others discover their potential and empowering them. He will discuss how XR is used across different industries and how people can get started in their careers.

Read this short interview with Carl! We asked him three very serious questions.

Event recording available for UR faculty, students, and staff with NetID and password: bit.ly/UnityCarlDomingo

Where: Virtually via Zoom
When: Wednesday, November 18 from 1 to 2pm
Register: bit.ly/XRVoices

Voices of XR: A Studio X Speaker Series – Hyphen-Labs

Ece Tankal and Carmen Aguilar y Wedge. They are wearing fun glasses and holding a plastic flamingo and watermelon.
banner for XR speaker series entitled Voices of XR. On the left, an illustration of a person in a headset reaching with neon geometric squares in the background. On the right is text that reads: "Voices of XR: A Studio X Speaker Series." Underneath, is the Studio X and River Campus Libraries wordmarks.

Join Studio X at the River Campus Libraries in conversation with invited scholars, artists, professionals, and more, who will discuss their work with immersive technologies across disciplines and industries. These events are free and open to all members of the campus community and the general public.

Ece Tankal and Carmen Aguilar y Wedge. They are wearing fun glasses and holding a plastic flamingo and watermelon.

Ece Tankal and Carmen Aguilar y Wedge, cofounders of Hyphen-Labs, will discuss several projects that examine the concept of immersion and blending the digital and physical worlds. Hyphen Labs is an award-winning international collective of women with a base in London, UK. Their projects oscillate between technology, design, science, and futurism to challenge conventions and stimulate conversations. Drawing from their diverse perspectives and expertise – ranging from engineering to game design and architecture, they cultivate a resolutely global and multidisciplinary approach to explore a future built on planetary-centered design, placing collective needs and experiences at the center of perpetually evolving narratives.

Recording of Event

Where: Virtually via Zoom
When: Wednesday, October 21 from noon to 1pm
Register: bit.ly/XRVoices