virtual reality

UMD’s virtual reality students show off final projects


Universities are expanding virtual reality course offerings as the technology expands


For 29 students at the University of Maryland, the Spring 2016 semester ended with a virtual walk in the desert and junkyard demolition derby and a digital waterfall created from tweets.

The undergraduate and graduate students were part of the university’s first class in virtual reality, the exploding immersive technology that is expected to generate more than $1 billion in sales
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