10 May 2018 - Thursday

Introduction to VR and Extended Realities: Session 2

İstanbul, Şişli
Introduction to VR and Extended Realities: Session 2

Event Details

Komünite üyelerimizden Michael Barngrover, Sanal Gerçeklik (Virtual Reality) üzerine bir workshop veriyor. Workshop'ta VR'ın geçmişi ve geleceği hakkında konuşacak, VR'ın Artırılmış Gerçeklik (AR) ve Karma Gerçeklik (MR)'ten ne gibi bir farkı olduğuna değineceğiz. Ayrıca hızlı ve ücretsiz VR prototiplerini minimum kodlama ile nasıl yapabileceğimizi katılımcılarla paylaşacağız.

Workshop 8 kişi ile sınırlıdır.

Etkinlik dili İngilizce'dir.


Our community member Michael Barngrover will deliver a workshop on Virtual Reality. In this Introduction to VR workshop, you'll quickly be brought up to speed on what VR is today and what it might be tomorrow. Together with Michael Barngrover, we'll clarify what makes VR (Virtual Reality) different than AR (Augmented Reality) or MR (Mixed Reality) We will briefly review common use cases for these technologies and what to expect in the near future. We'll also talk about how you can build quick VR prototypes for free and with minimal coding.

The capacity is limited to 8 people. First come first serve.

The workshop will be in English.

10 May 2018 Thursday 20:00

10 May 2018 Thursday 21:30

ATÖLYE, Silahşör Caddesi, Birahane Sokak, No:1, Bomontiada, Şişli, İstanbul

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ATÖLYE is an interaction and creativity platform located in bomontiada, the Historical Bomonti Beer Factory. As the ATÖLYE team, the transdisciplinary design and innovation studio behind the ATÖLYE project, we've been relentlessly working on curating a community of designers, technologists, social scientists and innovative startups to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects that can create long term value. This community is at the heart of what ATÖLYE stands for. Both individual and corporate members go through a rigorous application process. Every discipline has a quota to balance the representation of different perspectives as well as to maintain a unique chemistry.