Walk the Walk Week workshop: "1,000 Cut Journey: A Virtual Reality Learning Experience"

Location: 231 Hesburgh Libraries

This immersive workshop, hosted by ND Learning, leverages the power of extended reality (XR)—an umbrella term that comprises augmented reality, mixed reality, and virtual reality—to provide a unique and impactful learning experience.

Developed by researchers at Stanford and Columbia, 1,000 Cut Journey is an approximately 12-minute immersive scenario delivered via virtual reality headsets. In it, participants will embody a Black male, Michael Sterling, who experiences racism as a child through disciplinary action in the classroom, as an adolescent encountering the police, and as a young adult dealing with workplace discrimination.

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Originally published at walkthewalk.nd.edu.