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Designing for Virtual Reality

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Episodes

#831 XR Ethics: HTC Creative Labs’ Daniel Robbins on Values-Driven Design for AR Prototypes

10/14/2019
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Ethics in Mixed Reality is a hot topic, and I moderated a panel discussion at SIGGRAPH. This panel was attended by a number of people

Duration:01:41:33

#830 OC6: Facebook Horizon, Oculus Connect vs SVVR, & Bringing VR to University Libraries with Jon Oakes

10/10/2019
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Jon Oakes is the Technology Labs Coordinator at the San Jose State University Library, and he’s also been quite involved in helping to organize the

Duration:01:35:05

#829 OC6: VR YouTuber Nathie on the VR Content Ecosystem, Side Quest, & VR Influencer Dynamics

10/10/2019
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Nathaniel de Jong is a VR content creator on YouTube as “Nathie” who is focusing on Virtual Reality games. I had a chance to talk

Duration:01:52:46

#828 OC6: Tested’s Norm Chan on OC6 highlights & the Future of XR input

10/10/2019
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Tested editor Norm Chan has been covering the evolution of Virtual Reality since seeing a early prototype of the Oculus Rift at CES 2013, which

Duration:00:44:30

#827 OC6: Quest Hand Tracking, Branded XR, & a Debate on Ethics vs Pramatism in XR with Andre Elijah

10/10/2019
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Andre Elijah is an independent VR developer who recently launched Viewport Interactive working on branded experiences for car companies and beyond. We talk about the

Duration:01:09:41

#826 OC6: Inclusive Design & the Deeper Ethical Context of Experiential Design with Doug North Cook

10/10/2019
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Doug North Cook is an assistant professor at Chatham University, and he holds an immersive design residency at Fallingwater architectural landmark in Pittsburg. North Cook

#825 OC6: Walter Greenleaf’s Concerns on Privacy with Facebook’s VR Platform

10/10/2019
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Walter Greenleaf has been involved with the intersection of virtual reality and medicine for 35 years, and I had a chance to catch up with

Duration:00:33:48

#824: Dreams & Symbolic Language of VR: Blurring the Lines of Reality with Punchdrunk

9/24/2019
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Punchdrunk is a 20 year-old immersive theater company who likes to blur the line between what’s real and what’s an imaginal dream-like storyworld. They collaborated

Duration:00:55:59

#823: Dreams & Symbolic Language of VR: Embodied Poetry with “7 Lives”

9/24/2019
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7 Lives aims to explore the underlying structure of fluidity and interdependence by taking a non-narrative, symbolic, and embodied poetic approach. You witness an experience,

Duration:00:50:25

#822: Dreams & Symbolic Language of VR: Dream Logic, Metaphor, & Cultural Heritage of “Bodyless”

9/24/2019
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Bodyless was one of my favorite VR experiences that I saw at the Venice International Film Festival. The experience was the most like walking into

Duration:01:05:44

#821: Dreams & Symbolic Language of VR: The Embodied Metaphors of “The Key”

9/24/2019
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The Key is an immersive narrative that won the Tribeca Storyscapes and the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival. It uses embodied metaphors

Duration:01:25:44

#820: Dreams & Symbolic Language of VR: Stop Motion Innovations of “Gymnasia”

9/24/2019
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Maciek Szczerbowski & Chris Lavis of Clyde Henry Productions are stop motion artists at Clyde behind who wanted to deliver a dream while you’re awake.

Duration:00:51:02

#819: Neuroscience & VR: STRIVR is Leading the VR Training Revolution from Elite NFL Athletes to Walmart Employees

9/11/2019
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There’s been a virtual reality training revolution that’s been slowly brewing over the last five years, and STRIVR has been at the forefront of innovation

Duration:01:56:39

#818: Neuroscience & VR: Healium XR Experiences that React to Biometric Data for Stress Reduction

9/11/2019
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Healium XR won the XR pitch competition at CES and SXSW this year for their immersive experiences that respond to biometric data. I saw the

Duration:00:41:14

#817: Neuroscience & VR: Computational Neuroscience, Perception, Machine Learning, & the Dream of Restoring Lost Senses

9/11/2019
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Joel Zylberberg has a background in physics and cosmology, but then he got interested in theoretical neuroscience and he’s been researching the nature of perception

Duration:00:47:15

#816: Neuroscience & VR: Using VR for Cognitive Assessments after Traumatic Brain Injury

9/11/2019
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University of Cambridge’s Dr. David Menon is a clinical neurointensivist who is specializing in traumatic brain injury. He’s an advisor for the Canadian Institute for

Duration:00:36:21

#815: Neuroscience & VR: Music, Body Sway, & Synchrony at the Institute for Music and the Mind

9/11/2019
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Laurel Trainor is the Director of McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind, which has a LIVElab concert hall for 100 people that allows her

Duration:00:31:02

#814: Neuroscience & VR: Using Muscles & EMG for Neural Interfaces with CTRL-labs

9/11/2019
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CTRL-labs is creating neural interfaces for robotics and immersive worlds that leverage electromyography (EMG) signals that are radiated from muscle contractions. This gives them the

Duration:00:27:53

#813: Neuroscience & VR: DIY BCI with REINVENT & Neurorehabilitation with VR

9/11/2019
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Dr. Sook-Lei Liew is an assistant professor at the University of Southern California, and the director of the Neural Plasticity & Neurorehabilitation Labatory at USC.

Duration:00:37:43

#812: Neuroscience & VR: Neurable Brain-Computer Interface & Telekinetic Presence

9/11/2019
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Neurable is building a brain-computer interface that integrates directly into the virtual reality headset. Neurable uses dry EEG sensors from Wearable Sensing, which means that

Duration:00:34:54