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Read the full article on Virtual Reality at Duke on the Duke Research Blog: https://sites.duke.edu/dukeresearch/2017/06/20/immerse-yourself-in-virtual-reality-on-dukes-edens-quad/

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Explore data visualizations created by Bin Software that use the HTC Vive room-scale virtual reality (VR) system on Monday, January 25 in 3051 Trent Semans Center for Health Education in conjunction with the Duke research computing symposium. Register to be able to put on a VR headset and walk (literally!) through a visual representation of […]

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What happens when you introduce virtual reality (VR) into schools? Mike McArdle, co-founder of The Virtual Reality Learning Experience, will describe VRLE’s experiences over the last year and a half as they have taken VR into local schools to help students understand the scale of outer space. As part of the process, VRLE has developed a […]

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Join us for September’s Learn IT @ Lunch session: Teaching & Learning with Virtual Reality: Learn About It & Experience It! What is virtual reality? Imagine being able to travel underwater, into space, on the Amazon River, through a rainforest—all without leaving your desk. Look up, look down, look behind you and the illusion of […]

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DiVE into Virtual Reality at Duke

After being closed for renovations during the fall semester and much of the spring semester, the Duke Immersive Virtual Environment is now equipped with higher resolution projectors, shutter glasses and other improvements designed to give greater realism. Read more, including how to participate in weekly open house sessions on DukeToday: http://today.duke.edu/2015/06/divevisit

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If you are interested in how VR might be used for teaching and learning at Duke, join the new vr2learn@duke.edu mailing list. Go here to subscribe: https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/subscribe/vr2learn.

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