Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Storytelling

Previous Project

The VR, AR, and MR projects ask how we can create a deeper relationship between a narrative environment and multiple sensory modalities, including touch, sound, and scent. In workshops and design sessions, we examine current design strategies as well as our own relationship to sensory experiences that go beyond the visual. As these technologies become standardized consumer products, we investigate interactions and experiences that expand what is currently available by drawing on lessons learned in both digital and non-digital storytelling.

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Start Date

Jan. 1, 2012

Finish Date

Dec. 30, 2014

Alumni

Jean Ho Chu

Paul Clifton

Yuanyuan (Erin) Lin

Jordanne Pavao

Jessica Crabb

Doctoral Students

Daniel Harley

Director

Ali Mazalek