On the 7th of October, GirlsGoIT ambassadors learnt the elements of human-computer interactions, how Virtual, Augmented, Mixed Reality are used in different sectors serving different purpose. The workshop was delivered by Riccardo Stecca, a VR developer from London and Anastasia Miron, Moldovan-born, Italy-raised, United States-seasoned social mompreneur.
During the workshop, ambassadors learnt how to create VR content using Unity Platform. Ambassadors also used the Virtual Reality Gears to explore existing content in the Virtual Reality world.
We would like to thank Moldova - Korea Information Access Center for hosting the VR workshop and their continous support for GirlsGoIT program.
Veer.TV has donated 80 VR mini gears for GirlsGoIT. The donated Veer’s VR mini gears is to support Moldovan girl’s educational capacity and development through project-based learning know-how to create interactive 3D contents for the virtual world. The donated VR gears will be used in GirlsGoIT future STEM summer camps and bootcamps in the network of GirlsGoIT currently in 13 regions in Moldova.