Student's Choice Presentations



The goal of the student choice presentation is for you to present something current that is of interest to you in the area of VR / AR so everyone in the class can see what variety of things are out there. You have to write and talk about something that actually exists, at least in prototype form. What's cool about it? Why is it a good use of VR or AR? Who are its intended users? What are the issues with it?

By 11/4 you should send me a link to a web page you create that briefly describes the application or piece of hardware that you want to write and talk about. It can't be anything that we have talked about or demoed in class. It can't be anything someone has used as a student choice presentation before. The goal here is to show new stuff. Things in other languages or from other countries are encouraged. If multiple people want to talk about the same thing then the person who's email reaches me first gets the topic, so I suggest finding a topic early. I will keep this page updated with the current list of topics.

By 11/11 your final web pages are due where you should have 3 pages of text plus images discussing your topic, including links to all of the materials (videos, pdfs, etc.) that you will use in your presentation.

Each person will have 3 minutes for their presentation in class.


For homework each of these two weeks you should pick one of the technologies that was discussed each week and write up your own critique of it in the usual length and add it to your website.



11/12

Name
Link
Topic
Schamberger, Gregory link

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Accessibility and Music Making in VR
Jumani, Simran link

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Cybershoes
Kokilathota Jagirdar, Shiva Reddy link

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CalcFlow
Shawabkeh, Mansur link
No Man's Sky VR
Lopez, Alex link
HUD displays for cars
Memon, Iqra link
ScopeAR
Cepiel, Lucas link
NuEyes Pro
Vahedipour, Saumaun link
Pico G2 4K
Zahran, Zain link
BOXVR
Bragiel, Martin link
SuperHot VR
Alcasid, Jonel link
Vader Immortal
He, Nathan link
HP Reverb
Lederer, Michael link

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Dual Monsters VR


11/14

Name
Link
Topic
Buttafuoco, Frank link
zSpace AR/VR Laptop
Laczny, Nicole link

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VR Horror Maze Walk :Horror Fever For VR Cardboard
De Villa, Brian link

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Valve Index
Ybarra, Michael link
Navion
Moraza, Juan link
Kingspray Graffiti VR
Li, Yushen link

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AR Training for Space Missions
Panthi, Amit link

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Minecraft Earth
Pandey, Divay link

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Adobe Aero
Al-Khatib, Omar link
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Bhatt, Krunal link

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VR Chat
Trinh, James link
Oculus Medium
Villanueva, Elizabeth link
holoride
Misyutina, Katherine link
Ultrahaptics's STRATOS


11/19

Name
Link
Topic
Saraf, Aastha
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The Invisible Hours
Donayre, Justin
link
nReal AR Glasses
Chen, Mark
link

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VR Regatta
Ptasznik, Conrad
link

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Virtual Speech
Reyes, Edward
link
Volumetric Displays
Terhark, Jake
link

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Audica
Czepizak, Tim
link

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VIVE Pro Eye
Nath, Suhan
link

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Focals by North
Mohammed, Zoheb
link

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Effectiveness of VR with Burn Pain Therapy
Yurek, Brent
link
DreamWalker
Beccarini, Marco
link

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Fundamental Surgery


last updated 11/12/19