Build your first virtual reality experience in an hour
18 September 2017
Welcome to Week 04. RITlug is back again this week, and this time, we have a special, hands-on workshop to dive deep into open source virtual reality in your web browser.
Interactive workshop with A-Frame
This Friday, Sept. 22nd from 4pm to 6pm, join RITlug in GOL-2650 to build your own virtual reality experience in less than an hour! Christos Bacharakis, a project manager from Mozilla, is joining RITlug all the way from Greece to dive into the virtual reality world and more with A-Frame. Practice your git and HTML skills by building an amazing cross-platform VR experience for you to share with your friends. Yes, it’s that easy!
This week’s session is hands-on, so unless you want to use a lab computer, you may want to bring a laptop with you this week.
This session is also open-ended, so if you have questions about open source, Mozilla, or more, Christos is happy to talk to you about other things in the open source world after the workshop. We hope to see you there for an exciting introduction to web-powered virtual reality!
- Day: Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
- Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
- Workshop begins at 4:30pm
- Where: GOL-2650 (large DB lab, 2nd floor of GCCIS)
- Notes: Bring a laptop!
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We hope to see you this Friday. As always, keep the FOSS flag high!
- Justin W. Flory (jflory7 / jwf)