Drexel University’s Virtual Reality Club

The DUVR club’s mission is to demonstrate and develop virtual reality technology. We host regular events to showcase the latest VR hardware, and software. Our goal is to build a community of VR developers at Drexel; in pursuit of this goal, we strive to provide access to development resources.

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Drexel University Virtual Reality

DUVR is a community of VR enthusiasts in Philadelphia area colleges. VR is growing quickly and this is an awesome place to learn about it. The purpose of posts in this group should be to get feedback or promote discussion about virtual and augmented reality.
Eagle Wu
Eagle Wu shared a link to the group: Drexel University Virtual Reality.Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 at 7:56am
The startup I'm working on was recently contracted by the US Military to develop VR training simulations for supply drops, weapons systems, and other combat/combat-support roles.

We're looking to hire remote Unity Developers to help us out. Our team is based out of both UPenn and Babson/Boston, and we're student-ran, so we can be fairly flexible in terms of hours. Pay is negotiated depending on the simulation specs (ie per contract basis).

Interested? Apply here: www.vinci-vr.com/careers

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below!
Rob Lloyd
Rob LloydTuesday, February 6th, 2018 at 10:42am
Hey there! Are there any DUVR meetings coming up this term? I have curious gaming freshmen who want to know!

Last I heard, DUVR intended to have semi-regular meetings on Tuesdays, 9-10 PM in URBN 246.
Ryan McGlennon
Ryan McGlennonFriday, February 2nd, 2018 at 9:33am
Hey everyone! Tomorrow, Senor Rojo Games will be playtesting the most recent build of our VR Senior Project game, "oVRide." We have made big changes to our mechanics which include swinging and navigating through city based environments in VR!

Come by the URBN couches Friday (2/2) from 3pm - 5pm to try it out!
Eagle Wu
Eagle WuFriday, February 2nd, 2018 at 1:56pm
Hey All! I'm working on a VR project for the Army, and was wondering if anyone has a 3D scanner or any photogammetry experience. If you do, could you dm me!

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