March 6-9, 2018
Carnegie Science Center
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Please join Jaehee Cho, who completed his master’s degree at Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center, as he shares his experiences with the power of virtual reality (VR). It’s a different medium than traditional film. He can tell you how you need to think when you are working with VR and who makes up a VR production team.
Also, experience some of Cho’s “Imago” piece, which is about Sam, a former dancer who now has Locked-In Syndrome, the inability to move or communicate despite being aware of one's surroundings. Viewers are taken on a journey through Sam's mind and explore Sam’s relationships, fears, and hope through narrative, dance, and abstract imagery. Please bring questions for a lively Q&A.
Science and technology topics include: technology, virtual reality, & careers
Program Capacity: 140Program Dates & Times
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Girls Who Code is a nonprofit that encourages girls to explore computer science.
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