Photo from the 3D Technologies in the classroom event with Table with balloons and resources under an "augmented Reality" SignImage of Professor Eric Hupe speaking with participants at the 3D technologies in the classroom event    Student Assistant demonstrating VR headset with Virtual environment project in the background    


The Marlo Room in Farinon College Center was full of engagement in February as Art Professor Eric Hupe facilitated the final session of his Distinguished Teaching Fellowship, which focused on immersive technologies, virtual reality, augmented reality, and 3D modeling. He was joined by Anthropology and Sociology Professor Dave Shulman, and Visual Resources Coordinator Sarah Beck. The center image shows Professor Hupe at the “Synthesis” station where he brainstormed with participants on teaching & learning applications that they wrote on their exit tickets at the “Synthesis” station, culminating the explorations. Examine Professor Hupe’s resource, Immersive Technology CoP of Practice, to learn more about virtual reality in education. All are also invited to join the VR/AR/XR  google group and Immersive Technologies Community of Practice. Contact if interested.