Extended Realities in Higher Education: Findings from HP's Campus of the Future Applied Research Program

Thursday, May 24 | 12:55PM–1:20PM ET
Session Type: Virtual
Since 2016, HP has supported applied research in extended reality (XR) at a variety of institutions in the United States and abroad. Faculty, academic computing professionals, medical professionals, and students have been testing, tinkering with, and deploying a range of XR technologies to support teaching, learning, and research at a variety of institution types. This webinar will provide a taxonomy of available XR technologies, detail what institutions have learned about the diffusion of these innovations, and review specific examples of successes and challenges in XR adoption.

Outcomes:Explore the taxonomy of XR technologies and key use cases for higher education * Consider practical uses for these new technologies, including support for faculty * Review specific examples of XR adoption in colleges and universities


  • Tico Ballagas

    Senior Research Manager, Immersive Experiences Lab, HP Inc
  • Gus Schmedlen

    Formerly with HPI
  • Alex Thayer

    Chief Experience Architect, HP Immersive Experiences Lab, HP Inc

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