DELTA Explores Working with Spatial Audio for Distance Education
As part of our new DELTA Explores series, we’re sharing how we research, test and explore the latest in immersive technology and its role in teaching and learning — how we Think before we Do.
Lending Expertise: NC State Organic Chemistry Virtual Reality Labs Shared Globally
Hear from Maria Gallardo-Williams as she talks about sharing her organic chemistry virtual reality labs to help other instructors continue teaching during the COVID-19 outbreak.
DELTA Explores VR in the Classroom
As part of our new DELTA Explores series, we're sharing how we research, test and explore the latest in immersive technology and its role in teaching and learning — how we Think before we Do. In the latest post, Immersive Media Support Specialist Justin Kuhn shares what we've learned about creating real-time virtual reality (VR) experiences.
How We Think Before We Do: DELTA Explores Sound Design for Immersive Ed
At DELTA, we are constantly exploring, researching and testing the latest in immersive technology and its role in teaching and learning. We want to share what we've learned along the way.
Token Takeaways from the East Coast Game Conference
In its 11th year, the East Coast Game Conference brought together industry professionals to network and share growing trends and new technologies. DELTA staff shared some of their key takeaways and tokens of advice from the conference.
A New Reality for Online Education
Online instruction at NC State is taking on a whole new meaning, thanks to emerging virtual reality technologies and the DELTA staff members who adapt them for faculty and staff to use.
DELTA Grant Update: Continuing to Incorporate VR into LAR
Since the completion of DELTA Exploratory Grant work in 2016, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Kofi Boone has successfully incorporated virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR) technology into his landscape architecture courses.
Interest Groups Promote Cross-University Collaboration
DELTA supports a variety of interest groups with a focus on Mediasite, instructional design and virtual reality. These groups meet to discuss the goals and challenges of utilizing new technology in the classroom.
Creative Director Mike Cuales Receives NC State University Award for Excellence
Creative Director of DELTA’s New Media Development Mike Cuales was honored with the NC State University Awards for Excellence at the recognition ceremony June 7 at Talley Student Union. The award is the most prestigious honor bestowed upon non-faculty employees.
A Work in Progress: Virtual Field Trips for BIO 181
A team of DELTA staff and Biology faculty Miriam Ferzli, Lisa Paciulli and Betty Black are working to immerse students in field-based experiences where they find and observe organisms in their natural habitats as part of Introductory Biology: Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity (BIO 181).