Environmental Storytelling and Virtual Reality is a two-day event taking place on November 22-23, 2019. This festival will explore environmental research in/and virtual reality (VR) across two days of scholars and makers talks, film screenings, gaming stations, and workshops for students, faculty, and staff at Penn and beyond.
The events are organized around three rubrics, illuminating the connections between interdisciplinary environmental research and virtual reality technologies and experiences: empathy, education, and action on climate. Featured presenters include Jeremy Bailenson, Peter Decherney, and Roderick Coover.
For updates on the schedule or to register, visit the event page.