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Virtual Reality Technology 2009

The unit KXH141 Virtual Reality Technology was first offered by HIT Lab Australia and the School of Computing & Information Systems in Semester 1 2009 (February - June 2009). The unit attracted around 40 students from a variety of academic backgrounds - studying disciplines such as Architecture/Environmental Design, Business, Social Work, Philosophy/History, Science, Computing and Contemporary Arts. Some of the students have profile pages and interviews available below. During the semester students were required to complete a group project (in 3 weeks) that involved designing and building a virtual reality world in teams of 4 using Esperient Creator - a virtual reality software authoring package.

View the 2009 KXH141 Class Photo


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Sonia White
InfoTech
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Shannon Woolley
Arts
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Judy Crees-Morris
Arts


Creative Arts Summer School 2009

The unit KXH112 An Introduction to Virtual Reality and Advanced Media Technology was offered by HIT Lab Australia and the School of Computing & Information Systems as part of the Tasmanian Creative Arts Summer School that was held from Wednesday January 14 to Friday January 23, 2009. The students that participated in the 10 day 9am-5:30pm intensive programme come from a variety of academic backgrounds - studying disciplines such as Architecture/Environmental Design, Business, Social Work, Philosophy/History, Science, Computing and Contemporary Arts. Some of the students have profile pages and interviews that can be viewed by clicking on their photos below. The students were required to complete a group project (in 3 days) that involved designing and building an augmented reality game in teams of 4 using BuildAR - a free augmented reality software package developed by HIT Lab NewZealand.


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Felicity Brown
Education
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Niels Veltkamp
Social Work
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Scott Leslie
Science/Computing
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Vanessa Vanderburg
Contemporary Arts