Brooklyn, NY 11205 us
Design for New Realities @ RLab
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Augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality, spatial computing, extended reality. These new realities will touch and transform every industry. Come out to RLab, the nation’s first city-funded center for research, entrepreneurship, and education in virtual and augmented reality and related technologies for this speaker session on AR/VR design to learn more about design for this new space. Find out more about RLab at https://www.rlab.nyc.
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Introduction to RLab
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Thinking In Space
by Sophia Batchelor, Neuroscientist in Residence @ Neurosity 🌟
From holograms to interaction design, this talk provides an understanding of how our brains see and interpret spatial computing.
Having sat in the research lab, Sophia presents what the research has uncovered and how to apply that to production.
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Beyond the Screen
by Sam Brewton, Product Manager & Lead AR Designer @ Apprentice.io 🌟
Beyond the Screen. Retooling your Design Process for AR – how Sam evolved his design process from mobile AR to digital eyewear.
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ESC: Building An AR Escape Room Experience
by Tuba Ozkan, Product/UX Designer @ Animoto 🌟
& Chao Hui Tu, Visual & Product Designer @ Teknikio 🌟
ESC – Project Blue Book is an AR Escape Room for two to four players with a narrative that tracks Project Blue Book, a TV series that is based on the true investigations into UFOs. The project was designed and developed by Chao Hui Tu and Tuba Ozkan as a part of NYC Media Lab and AE Networks AR Fellowship Program.
While their talk will focus on the overall design and development process of this physical & digital experience, the audience will be able to experience a demo of the experience at the finale.
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