Immersive Storytelling through Virtual Reality

Join the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication in Portland for an evening showcasing national award-winning Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality innovators. Experience a variety of VR projects and learn about telling immersive stories through AR/VR technology. If you’re interested in videography, storytelling, VR/AR, graphic design or explanatory videos, trust us — you won't want to miss this one!

Panel Speakers:

Ben Kreimer, independent journalism technologist that specializes in telling stories with drones, virtual reality, 360° video, spatial audio, 3D reconstructions, and open source sensor platforms.

Graham Robert, five-time Emmy-nominated journalist at The New York Times that focuses on innovation in visual journalism

Rachel Bracker MA'16, VR Post Supervisor / Producer, 360 Labs

Donna Davis, PhD, Director, MA Strategic Communication and Assistant Professor, UO School of Journalism and Communication - Portland

Tentative Schedule:
5:00pm - Doors Open
5:30pm - Panel Begins
6:30pm - Panel Discussion ends; 360Video/VR Experience on Floor 3R with hosted beer & wine reception
8:00pm - Event Ends

  • Tuesday, April 17

    5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Event Organizer

UO - School of Journalism and Communication

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