Multimedia

This weekend in NYC was home to the Jump Into VR Fest. The schedule was filled with presentations and panels all about virtual reality, and of course there was a generous sampling of the product on hand.

This weekend in NYC was also home to the Brooklyn Antequarian Book Fair. The schedule was filled with presentations and panels all about old books, and of course there was a generous sampling of the product on hand.

I love the fact that these two events were in this city at the same time. And I found myself wondering how many people would be interested in going to both. How many people care passionately about old books and also about virtual reality?

Then I remembered that I was pretty much missing both festivals because my colleagues and I are hard at work on following our passion: We are constructing a virtual reality experience, based upon a book that was published in 1865.

2 Responses to “Multimedia”

  1. Demian says:

    Oh ! Alice ? like the project from Randy Pausch ? how amazing.

  2. admin says:

    Yes indeed. We are doing work that Randy would have loved to do, but unfortunately the technology was not there yet when he was around.

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