AMBER OSBOURNE | CMO @ Doghead Simulations | Seattle, USA
Elise Ogle graduated from Stanford with her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Communication. Her VHIL research focuses on using VR to change empathy towards others, as well as to design immersive, educational narratives that increase pro-environmental and pro-social attitudes and behaviors. Her lab work involves managing projects and development, designing VR simulations, and 3D modeling.
Ms. Ogle manages grant-funded research projects on VR and AR technologies and their psychological and behavioral effects while working closely with PhD/MA students and multi-disciplinary academic experts to design and support research studies. Her VHIL research focuses on using VR to increase empathy towards others, as well as to design immersive, educational narratives that increase pro-environmental and pro-social attitudes and behaviors. Her work has been featured in the Tribeca Film Festival’s Virtual Arcade (2016 & 2017)
A Brave New World: Immersive Reality Pushing the Perceptual Limits on our Senses
The fourth industrial revolution is blurring the lines between physical, digital, and biological spheres. This complex transformation is changing the way we do many things and setting the stage for the emergence of world-changing technology. Mixed reality unlocks another dimension of our senses by creating virtual environments that overlay in our real world. Creating immersive experiences presents incredibly unique challenges and opportunities and this panel will exlpore all that lies ahead.