SO / 15.03. / Degginger Café / 10 – 12h
Class will be held in English!
Virtual Reality has already shown to have huge potential in almost every industry, from education and healthcare to journalism and activism. Unfortunately, the tools and resources to build in VR can be incredibly expensive and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. Thanks to A-Frame, a simple, free and easy programming language, users can create and publish VR worlds in their browser no matter their tech skills or budget. In this session, attendees will learn how to create, build, and start incorporating the power of VR in their work immediately by learning the basics of A-frame.
The goal of this session is to demonstrate how everyday people outside the tech industry can be creating VR using just a web browser. The dream for this presentation is to show off the incredible potential of WebVR as a platform to share learning experiences with the world and empower others to continue creating and/or teaching A-Frame and WebVR.
Ann Marie Carrothers is an award-winning jill of all traders who has worked in fields ranging from television production and the performing arts to UX/web design and education. An opera singer turned computer programmer, Ann Marie cares deeply about the integration of the arts and technology, speaking around the world to artists, activists, and educators on how to integrate digital education into the arts.She currently works for Mozilla, supporting hundreds of leaders come up with creative solutions to make sure the internet remains an open, accessible, force for good.
Own computers are required. Registration is mandatory: https://www.kurzfilmwoche.de/en/accreditation
Contribution of the City of Regensburg, Cluster Management Culture and Creative Industries, to the 26th International Short Film Week Regensburg