The following is our guide to Creating Your VR Remix Party using free and open source tools in the web browser. We provide a curriculum framework, suggest workflow and case studies for any classroom teacher or student to make immersive storytelling projects in a matter of minutes.
Introduction Here’s a hack for snapping 360 images directly from Google Street View at no cost. You used to be able to search and then download these images pretty easily using a site called istreetview.com. iStreetView.com was developed by a high school student who apparently disabled the search functionality due to massive fees for hosting […]
Over the past year, E4 Youth has partnered with the Mozilla Foundation and Capital Factory to develop curriculum that helps high school teachers integrate immersive media and storytelling into their classrooms. The result of that work is what we now call VR Remix Parties. VR Remix Parties are community events that bring together educators, coders, […]
Why Develop VR Storytelling Curriculum? My name is Carl Settles, Founder/Executive Director of E4 Youth. In the Fall of 2017, E4 Youth received a grant from the Mozilla Foundation Gigabit Fund to support the development of curriculum that helps high school media arts teachers integrate VR/Immersive stoytelling into their classrooms. As part of the grant, […]
RSVP Now Introduction Now’s a great time for high school journalism and audio/video production teachers and parents to get your students to learn about the future of media production. 360 video cameras that can shoot in 4K and stream live to the internet can be had for $150 and there are a wealth of free […]