For the Many, Not the One: Designing Low-Cost Joint VR Experiences for Place-Based Learning
with Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Jack (Shen-Kuen) Chang, Jiayan Zhao, Pejman Sajjadi, Danielle Oprean, Thomas B. Murphy, Jennifer Baka, and Alexander Klippel as authors has been accepted for this year’s EuroVR conference taking place in October in Tallinn, Estonia.
The paper describes a study on using a joint multi-user VR experience of a fracking site in Pennsylvania in a class on Energy Policy.
J. O. Wallgrün, S.-K. Chang, J. Zhao, P. Sajjadi, D. Oprean, T. B. Murphy, J. Baka, and A. Klippel (to appear). For the Many, Not the One: Designing Low-Cost Joint VR Experiences for Place-Based Learning. In P. Bourdot, V. Interrante, L. Nedel, N. Magnenat-Thalmann, G. Zachmann (Eds.) Proceedings of EuroVR 2019 – Scientific track. Springer.
pdf (final draft)
At this year’s Wilson Banquet, Alex was honored with the E. Willard and Ruby S. Miller Faculty Fellowship (here with Dean Lee Kump)
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Zhao, J., Wallgrün, J. O., LaFemina, P., Normandeu, J., & Klippel, A. (accepted). Harnessing the Power of Immersive Virtual Reality – Visualization and Analysis of 3D Earth Science Data Sets. Geo-Spatial Information Science.