HP VR Solutions on Campus – Panel Discussion

UniVirtual Experience

PAST EVENT

ALTSPACEVR EVENT CODE: HCM568

PANEL DISCUSSION with:
- Matt Gaiser (HP) – HP VR Business Development Manager

  • Megan Elliott of University of Nebraska Lincoln - Founding Director, Johnny Carson Centre for Emerging Media Arts

  • Justin Berry of Yale - Critic, Yale School of Art Core Faculty, Center for Collaborative Arts and Media Principal Investigator, Blended Reality Laboratory at Yale

  • Jason Webb of Syracuse University - Instructional Analyst

Join us as we connect with multiple campus and influencers of VR on campus. Hear about their journey and how HP has help along the way.

Matt Gaiser is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a M.B.A. He's an innovator in business analysis, project management, and advanced computer system solutions, and part of the Virtual Reality development projects in immersive educational hardware and products. His team believes that students can travel the world or explore the physical properties of our world without ever leaving the classroom, making the world a whole lot bigger.

HP is the Infinity Sponsor of the UniVirtual Experience. For more information:


Check the UniVirtual Experience Schedule.

For information on how to access the different event platforms during the UniVirtual Experience, see our VR Event Guide.

The UniVirtual Experience is an Educators in VR and Virtual World Society partnered month-long conference across 18 different VR platforms and apps, May 1-30.


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