Students Create Their Own VR Head-Sets!

Here at Trey Whitfield, through DIVAS programming, students participate in STEAM activities focused on Virtual Reality. Through this course students have gained hands-on experience with state of the art, professional grade 360 camera’s and Virtual Reality gaming engines such as The Oculus Rift, powered by high-speed gaming Laptops.

What better way to explore Virtual Reality than to write and direct our very own 360 video video plays and skits.

To view our work, students learn simple, affordable yet powerfully immersive ways to do so by learning the mechanics and fundamental technology that goes into creating the GOOGLE CARDBOARD.

The customization of these VR Headsets, allow for our students to direct and design their very own 360 video production from start to finish!


Pictured here, student Devyn Lewis, and Kwame John try on their Google VR Head-sets before customization.

Trey Whitfield students customizing their Google VR headsets.


Student, Ariel Massey, wearing her original Google Cardboard design, inspired by flowers!



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