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Wednesday, August 2 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Lessons Learned­­ From Making 'Injustice'

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What if you could talk to characters in VR and change the story’s outcome? In the award-winning VR experience “Injustice”, Users witness an act of racial discrimination, leaving them to make moral/ethical decisions on the spot. In this session, Jaehee Cho (Director) and Ralph Vituccio (Carnegie Mellon University Professor) will share lessons learned­­ developing the project, including playtest and design challenges and how VR impacts social change.

Speakers
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Jaehee Cho

Creative Director, Stitchbridge
Jaehee Cho is an enthusiastic game designer, passionate about telling interesting and unique stories in various media. Beginning his career in film and photography, his work has expanded beyond traditional, using new technology such as interactive technology and virtual reality. He completed his master's degree at Carnegie Mellon... Read More →
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Ralph Vituccio

Associate Professor, Entertainment Technology Center
Ralph Vituccio is an Associate Teaching Professor at the Entertainment Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University. His interactive projects on racism, sexual assault and conflict management have won numerous national media awards. As an independent artist, his documentaries have been screened in national and international film festivals. The doc... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am
Room 105

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