The landscape of new media technologies is rapidly evolving in ways that will change our lives.
Join the New Hampshire Creative Club, Boston Creative Pro User Group and Jupiter Hall for an immersive evening with SNHU Game Developer professors David Carrigg and Ed Brillant.
David Carrigg, programmer and developer, and Ed Brillant, game artist, Illustrator, and animator, will share their knowledge and experience in the areas of AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) plus other emerging technologies.
David and Ed will deliver hands-on demos of AR and VR plus a lecture presentation that touches upon practical industry and consumer applications of these technologies. Job opportunities utilizing skills in these technologies will be discussed followed by a Q+A focused on all aspects of the subject. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.
Topics of conversation that we’ll touch on:
– Current AR/VR technologies, including their limitations
– Ongoing research in simulated environments
– The impact of simulated environments on various industries
– How can we know what is real anymore?
Free and open to the public, join us at Jupiter Hall, a multi-purpose creative space where communities experience arts, culture and innovation.