Virtual Reality Development Camp: June 6–10

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Be part of developing a Virtual Reality environment at this hands-on, week-long camp. Learn how graphics, images, and the HTC Vive headset work together to create an awesome 3D experience—then help demo the results.

Age 12 and up (adults welcome)
Tuesday, June 6—Saturday, June 10
Monroe County Public Library

Please choose a track and register by emailing jlehr [at] mcpl.info (subject: Virtual%20Reality%20Development%20Camp) or calling (812) 349-3050 x1092.

Track One:
Build Downtown Bloomington in VR
Learn about and test the VR headset, then program 3D assets into a Virtual Reality environment using the Unity game engine—the ultimate game development platform.
June 6: 2–6 PM
June 7: Noon–6 PM (lunch provided)
June 8: no session
June 9: 2–6 PM
June 10: Noon–2 PM

Track Two:
Bloomington Photo Safari
Learn about and test the VR headset, then capture downtown Bloomington in photos and stitch the images into 3D virtual models.
June 6: 2–6 PM
June 7: Noon–6 PM (lunch provided)
June 8: 2–6 PM
June 9: no session
June 10: Noon–2 PM

A partnership between Monroe County Public Library and Indiana University’s Advanced Visualization Lab and Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities, parts of the Research Technologies Division of UITS and Pervasive Technology Institute.