In January Tartu Art School’s CODE students got an interesting opportunity to learn about creating virtual worlds for VR glasses. They had a chance to travel to the virtual world using one of the most powerful VR glasses - Valve Index.
Workshop was led by Tartu Art School’s second year 3D design student Aleksandr Marks. “VR glasses are at the beginning of their development process and keep getting more and more powerful. VR is a difficult topic that can’t be taught in such a short time, but the students’ feedback was super positive and I gave them a great start in the 3D world,” he says. Students didn’t only learn how to use VR glasses, but how this kind of technology is changing the world and affecting our lives.
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