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Tuesday
Feb 28, 2017
PDXedTech Meetup: Future of AR/VR/MR in Education
DotDotDash

Recent advancements in mixed, augmented, and virtual reality ("MR", "AR", and "VR" respectively) have led to increased interest in re-examining their merit in K-12 and higher education.

What might the role of VR/AR/MR be in the classroom of tomorrow? How could these technologies be used for teaching and learning? Are they just a different way to do the same thing? Or, do they re-define and enable new forms of instruction and pedagogy that were never before possible?

These are just some of the questions we will explore, discuss, and practice with at the next PDXedTech meetup, an event of the NW Education Cluster. Whether as a tool for classroom management, data analysis, collaboration, or instruction, these technologies have a promising—though uncharted—future in education.

This is your chance for hands-on practice and experimentation with a variety of devices and contribute your ideas to the discussion.

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Friday
Jun 9, 2017
New Social Entanglements: Mixed Realities Tech Summit
White Stag Block (University of Oregon)

This summit explores the social ramifications, opportunities, and trajectories of these new immersive technologies through the lens of art, research, and design. It brings together artists, technologists, designers, and social thinkers for a day of talks, demonstrations, and experiences. It is intended to break open the conversation and tease out distinctions amongst these various realities and how these intersect and mesh with the body social.

Price:

FREE but tickets are limited. Register at Brown Paper Tickets

Agenda

  • 9:30-10:30a Coffee + pastries + demos
  • 10:30-11:45a session 1
    • Tawny Schlieski - Challenge + Importance of Diversity in VR
    • Stephanie Mendoza - Shapeshifter Culture
    • Donna Davis - Diversity Access Gaps and Benefits for Work
    • Jamie Sherman - VR for diversity: working with NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism
  • 11:45-1:00p lunch (independent recommend Pine St Mkt - nearby food court)
  • 1:00-2:15p session 2
    • Matt Henderson - VR social experiments and the emerging Metafesto
    • Jeremy Rotsztain - Mantissa: an historic cinema project
    • David Reuter - Site specific VR 3d worlds and headsets
    • Theo Downes-LeGuin - Exhibition design for new technologies
  • 2:30-4:00p session 3
    • Amy Hillman - Creating Shared Holographic Experiences
    • John Sherry - Intel Research on immersive experiences
    • Reese Bowes - Consilience: presence and affordance in art
    • U of O Art and Technology: advanced student projects
  • 4:00-5:30p Demos, hors d'oeuvres, and schmoozing
  • 5:30-6:30p Interactive performance - harmonic laboratory (http://harmoniclab.org/intermedia/)
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Tuesday
Feb 18
Free Range Developers presents: Networking for Developers, Artists, and Designers
Wacom Experience Center

*Please register on our Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Free-Range-Developers/events/268076942/

We're excited to announce that Free Range Developers has hit their one year anniversary and we have over 280 members in our community. That is really inspiring stuff and We can't thank you enough with the FRD crew that has grown from 1 to 3. We'd like to take some time during this event to give a brief overview of the last year and were we plan to go in 2020. We will also have some announcements to make about up coming events! Come celebrate a year of Free Range Developers with us and network with like minded creatives!

Free Range Developers invites you to join us at the Wacom Experience Center for a night of networking, drinks and appetizers. . Our event is tailored to people who are looking to learn more about Augmented and Virtual reality though we cover many different topics and skill sets and encourage all types of people to join our conversations. Games, immersive tech, web development or graphics. whatever your calling is, we’re just as excited to learn about it as you are sharing it.

We encourage all skill levels of any background to come and chat with us!

Snacks, Drinks and Location Provided by: Wacom

Join us on discord https://discord.gg/jgWh7hF Twitter @FreeRangeDevPDX Purchase a shirt at https://www.teepublic.com/user/freerangedevpdx Or learn more at FreeRangeDevs.org

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

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Tuesday
Mar 3
Free Range Developers presents: Breaking Down 2D Animation W/ Valentin Lucas
Wacom Experience Center

*Please register on our MeetUp page: https://www.meetup.com/Free-Range-Developers/events/269000396/

Free Range Developers is excited to invite Valentin Lucas to talk about his experience in 2D animation!

Valentin’s career has been blossoming for 6 years and most recently he found himself working at Laika here in Hillsboro, OR. Coming from south France, He studied animation in Paris. He started improving his craft and began teaching animation and story boarding himself. He moved to Spain to work on the Netflix film “Klaus” as a 2D animator. Valentin is currently working as a 2D character artist for the aforementioned Laika.

Valentin is excited to share his 2D experience with our meetup and enlighten fellow artist on the tips and tricks he picked up on for a successful career in animation.

Valentin will walk us through his experience working on Klaus, and present us with a breakdown of the shots he worked on. Going over some of the key aspects of his work. Taking time to touch on the important principles he learned during his 1st year as an animator and showing off some exercise that kept him fresh as a 2D artist/animator. He will give us a quick overview of the 3 short films he had a hand in creating and talk about the challenges during those projects and wrapping it up with an overview of the last 6 years of his career and what got him where he is today as an artist and animator!

Snacks, Drinks and Location Provided by Wacom

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

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