STUDENT WORK - Virtual Reality

Course: Special Topics in Media: Post Photographic Practices

In this course, students work with the concept of post-photography and historical photographic practices such as motion studies, slit scan photography, and the panorama to inspire projects based in current tech such as Cardboard VR and 360 photography.

NOTE: These projects are best viewed on a cellphone with a Cardboard VR Viewing device or similar to properly experience the work.


The cellphone based application required to properly view these as stereoscopic images with accompanying soundscape is Cardboard Camera:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.vr.cyclops&hl=en_US


Jacob Rosales, Faiza Syed, Qinmei Yu, “Seeing Thru Another’s Eyes”, 360 Degree VR Photography for VR Viewer, 2017

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Nha-Thinh Nguyen, “Garden Dreams”, 360-Degree VR Photography for VR Viewer, 2019

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Darlene Vales and Alexa Rizo, “An Imagined World”, 360 Degree VR photography for VR Viewer, 2019

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Sisi Chen, “Fantasy”, 360 Degree Photography for VR Viewer, 2019

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Maeve Travis, “Monday Morning on Io, 2315”, 360 Degree VR Photography for VR Viewer, 2019

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Jerod Thompson and Jonathan Vy, “Aldrich Park”, 360 Degree Photography and Sound for VR Viewer, 2019

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Samantha Bejarano, Jessica Ramirez, Xu Xia, “Chiming Lights”, 360 Degree VR Photography for VR Viewer, 2017

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Katelyn Goodman, Adriana Mejia, Araceli Valdez, “Tiny Living”, 360 Degree VR Photography for VR Viewer, 2017

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Faiza Syed, “Chromophilia”, Immesive VR Video, 2018

(Note: This project can be viewed through YouTube as an immersive video when viewed through a Cardboard or other cellphone based viewer)


Darlene Vales, “Untitled”, Immersive VR Animation, 2019

(Note: This project can be viewed through YouTube as an immersive video when viewed through a Cardboard or other cellphone based viewer)