Session: Drones and Eye Tracking / AVR Training / Prison in VR
2020 Educators in VR International Summit brings together educators, learners, researchers, and experts in VR, AR, and XR to share their their passion for integrating immersive technology in education.
Drones, Digital Nature and Eye Tracking: Leveraging VR in Social Science
Jan-Willem van 't Klooster, managing director BMS Lab, University of Twente
What do drones, digital nature and eye-tracking have in common? They all can be studied in novel ways using VR. In this talk, Jan-Willem van 't Klooster will present their lab and show how it catalyses social science research using VR technologies. Learn about how this technology is used through various case study that show how to incorporate physiological measurements and eye-tracking.
Dr. Jan-Willem van 't Klooster is managing director of the BMS Lab, the faculty-central lab of the Faculty of Behavioral, Management and Social Sciences at the University of Twente. The BMS Lab provides students and researchers with a wide range of facilities such as physiological sensor systems for conducting experiments and research. Dr Jan-Willem holds a PhD in Computer Science and has published on using different types of technologies in healthcare. He was also involved in a project about using robots in education. His special interest is in promoting ICT usage in social science and his passion is investigating how to use new technologies such as drones, digital nature, and eye tracking for leveraging VR in Social Science.
Track: Computer Science
Change Paradigm of Training with AVR and Classroom 3.0
Marcin Kasica, Director of Global Education and Training, EON Reality
Marcin Kasica is the Director of Global Education and Training at EON Reality, managing VR Innovation Academies and training programs in 20 locations around the world, and creator of the VR Innovation Academy. Kasica will discuss developing technical skills with student from both educational and industrial sectors.
Marcin Kasica is the Director of Global Education and Training at EON Reality, and manages VR Innovation Academies and training program in 20 locations around the world. Creator of the unique VR Innovation Academy training program that focuses on building skills for future workforce with use of AVR (AR&VR) technologies.
Prison in VR, Diversity in VR
Nina Salomons, Founder, MindBubble
Storytelling is key in the social impact of XR on society. Nina Salomons, award-winning 360 filmmaker, co-founder of London's Women in VR meetup, and lead of the VR Diversity Initiative, explores what's truth in a fictional digital world, and why diversity is still important.
Co-founder of London's Women in VR meet up group in 2016, in 2017 Nina Salomons started working for VRFocus as presenter, journalist and video content producer. Whilst working at VRFocus she also led the VR Diversity Initiative, a not-for profit aimed at training under-represented groups how to make VR/360 films/WebVR and AR. A filmmaker, XR expert and diversity advocate she now continues to create films, documentaries, VR works, branded content and is bringing VR into prison in the UK for rehabilitation.
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