The topic for June is: Virtual & Augmented Identity.
7:00-7:15 pm - Intros
7:15-7:30pm - What does identity in XR mean to you? What readings or XR experiences resonate?
7:30-8:00pm - Breakout into groups of 3-5 for discussion and
8:00-8:30pm - Groups share what they learned and insights,
and we decide topic for next month
8:30-9:00pm - Mingling and chat
The format will be loose, with time to form small discussion groups who will share insights with the main group. We'll provide paper and markers. Bring questions, readings, images, post-its, laptops or other tools if it will help your process.
Discussion guide for Virtual & Augmented Identity is available at: http://tinyurl.com/xrdesignsalon-sg1 or at our blog at:
Slides can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Wx-1xNZsOaVm8N2VjNlwZF32hiMr1oF4/view
Join us on the Seattle VR slack #designsalon channel to discuss the format for the meetup and how you see identity in VR/AR/MR/XR. If you're new to Seattle VR go to http://bit.ly/SeattleVRSlackSubscribe to get an invite. Or comment at the blog. Please email us if you want to post a blog about your experiences at the salon or about one of our topics.
Please fill out the salon survey so we can plan the best salon formats and topics and learn more about our group: http://tinyurl.com/designsalon-survey.
DESIGN SALON DESCRIPTION
Seattle VR and PlutoVR are hosting the Design Salon monthly meeting to provide a forum for ux professionals, designers, researchers, students and VR/AR/XR/MR enthusiasts to deeply discuss current literature, practices, research and tech from a design perspective.
We’ll focus on a number of design issues which are unique to immersive environments, but look at each one in depth. Concepts central to UX design, user research, storytelling, collaboration, cognition and related disciplines will be applied to both the hottest and the most overlooked areas vital to designing usable immersive realities. Bring your curiosity!
“What are the boundaries of Design?”
“What are the boundaries of problems?” - Charles Eames
Light refreshments will be available.
Parking at Pluto VR is free. Be sure to park in a spot labeled "Pluto"!
Bus routes nearby include 40 and 44.
Our meetup is safe and welcoming. Anyone and everyone is invited! Are you interested in sponsoring, demoing, or volunteering? Then email [masked] to learn more about opportunities.
Please take our salon survey: http://tinyurl.com/designsalon-survey.
#seattlevr #xrdesignsalon @seattlevr
Join Seattle VR Slack: http://bit.ly/SeattleVRSlackSubscribe
Contact Susan at [masked].