The CSUSB poster presentation focused on a 360-degree virtual tour of the In|Dignity exhibition allowing to live on after the exhibition closes.
The National Science Foundation is backing the joint effort with $6.7 million to Cal State San Bernardino, UC San Diego and San Diego State.
The virtual reality environment was introduced as part of the event, titled “Yesterday's Future: The Centuries-Long Quest For Virtual Reality,” hosted by the Annenberg Virtual Reality ColLABorative.
In addition to celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, this experience is the perfect opportunity for those who haven’t visited these campus locations in person to virtually walk around and interact with one another the same way they would in person. In this truly immersive experience, guests can also meet virtually and have conversations in real-time.
ATI video production students at CSUSB have produced their first video in a news package series by interviewing an xREAL 3D artist, JC Mariscal.