VIRTUAL REALITY -
Free and open to the public
Friday, April 22, 2016 -
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice
5998 Alcala Park, campus of University of San Diego
Registration required, seating is limited
Virtual reality is the newest – and hottest -
Find out what it’s all about by those who practice it – and live it.
Will it replace other forms of communication, like Google supplanted newspapers?
What is the historical perspective compared to the printing press, movies, radio and television?
Learn how it’s becoming THE medium for narrative storytelling and historical capture
For tackling post-
It's not just watching an event; it's being part of it.
Opportunities will be available to experience VR Firsthand.
This is for newbies and for those already practicing. Who knows? You may find your next partner – or place of employment -
Who else should be interested
Virtual Reality in Entertainment and Storytelling
From Witnessing an Event To Being Part of It
VR in Medicine
How VR Is Tackling Post-
Education: The New Frontier
Where Is It All Heading?
Nonny de la PeÑa (Invited),”Godmother of Virtual Reality,” is known for pushing technological boundaries for narrative endeavors, including exploring 3D environments for fiction, news, and documentary.
Casey Sapp, CEO and founder of VRTUL Inc., a San Diego-
Matt DeJohn, vice president of VRTUL, has more than ten years of experience as visual effects supervisor and producer in feature films and post-
Brian Levine founded and co-
Barbara Bry is a serial entrepreneur whose passion is leveling the playing field for women and girls in business, health care and politics. Part of the founding team of Provide Commerce-
San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts' district includes some of the largest research, pharma and high tech companies in Southern California. His district bridges the coast to the inland corridor and includes the headquarters of QUALCOMM Inc.
Dean Nelson, founder and director of the journalism program at Point Loma Nazarene University, who also writes for the New York Times and contributes to the Boston Globe, USA Today, San Diego Magazine and several other publications and websites.
Bennett Peji is a Senior Director at the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, a strategic marketing and communications director, brand consultant, designer and frequent international speaker on community-