UPDATE (Feb. 26, 2017): For those who couldn’t make it to the event, we’ve included a video of the presentation with Q&A above. You can also view the video directly on YouTube, or download the presentation slides from SlideShare.

The monthly Education in VR meetup is an excellent, thoughtful group of people who discuss the theory and practice for building educational VR content.

On February 23rd, 2017, Immerseum’s founder and CEO Chris Modzelewski will be leading a discussion on “Museums as a Framework for Educational VR Design”. The goal of the conversation will be to:

  • Outline a theoretical framework for thinking about educational interaction design.
  • Show how that framework applies in contemporary museum design.
  • Show how that framework / techniques can translate to scene and interaction design in VR contexts.
  • Discus practical process / learnings we’ve found in our work with museums, VR designers, and educators.

This event is great for people who are interested in museum design, education design, VR design, and educational VR. In other words, if you’re interested in designing for education you’ll likely find the conversation interesting.

We hope to see you there!


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