Thommy Eriksson: Research on Mozilla Hubs

Educators in VR Researchers

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Join us for this week’s guest speaker: Thommy is a researcher at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, specializing in Applied IT and Digital Representation. He’ll discuss the results of a longitudinal study (one year, about 40 meetings) with university student supervision in Mozilla Hubs. This will include advantages and disadvantages with Hubs, as well as phenomenological observations about emotional experience of meeting students so many times in VR.

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