[Future of Work] Creating Virtual Reality Worlds

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults
  • Category: Science & Technology, SkillsFuture
Availability: 17
Sun, 26 May, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (GMT+8)

Geylang East Public Library

Merpati Hall

50 Geylang East Ave 1

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults

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Participants are required to bring their own laptops. Laptops will not be provided during the session.
Some people say the future is still far away. We say it is near enough for us to have a glimpse of what it is like. Learn how VR has emerged through the years and the enormous steps it has taken thus far to reach its current stage, as well as the future VR holds for us the in next few years. At the comfort of your own smartphone, learn how to create your very own Virtual Reality space and explore it using a Google Cardboard.

Please install "CoSpaces" app on your smartphone prior to the workshop. It is available on both Google Play and Apple's App Store.

Trainer's Profile
Jonta was introduced to STEM since 2015 in his university days, where he got hooked on and has since used it to tackle multiple challenges, in both theoretical and practical ways. He excels in his ability to create novel solutions to a wide range of problems with his diverse knowledge and understanding of Design Thinking.
Having a keen passion in facilitating and teaching, Jonta is active in engaging youths from volunteering and teaching since 2013. He is able to empathize with his participants and individualize lesson delivery to fit the differing profile of his students.

About Future of Work
The economy and the landscape of work are fast-changing. Designed for adults seeking to stay ahead of the curve, NLB’s Future of Work series provides bite-sized yet insightful talks and hands-on sessions that help navigate and make sense of emerging trends and new concepts synonymous with the Future Economy.
Before deep diving into extended courses and training programmes, explore at libraries how critical competencies and areas, such as data analytics, design thinking, and Internet of Things, are transforming the way we work. Go to http://bit.ly/futureofworknlb to check out and register for programmes in the series.

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