Student Spotlight: Alberto Lopez — Developing an AR Military App in 10 Weeks
Student Spotlight shows the work of Circuit Stream XR alumni who finished the XR Unity course. Meet Alberto Lopez – designer at Viacom Inc who created an augmented reality (AR) military app designed to improve communication on the field.
Vantage Airport Group Uses VR – Meet Pascal Poudenx
Pascal Poudenx is the manager of Process Design and Sustainability at Vantage Airport Group. Vantage Airport Group designs, operates, and develops airports worldwide. He joined Circuit Stream in our second cohort of the VR Development with Unity course. Now, he’s creating a virtual reality app for the Oculus Rift.
Learning to Code for VR – Meet Kevin How
Kevin How attended Circuit Stream’s 10-week online VR course to continue his education while balancing full-time work and parenting three children. With no background in programming or computer science, Kevin worried he wouldn’t be able to keep up, but Circuit Stream’s online courses and 1:1 mentorship took Kevin from someone with no programming experience to a VR developer.
Bringing Creativity Into VR – Meet Olivier Leroux
Olivier Leroux enrolled in Circuit Stream’s Live Online Virtual Reality Course to learn how to make Oculus Rift VR apps for his company, Impact VR. Our instructors ensured he became familiar with Unity, and gave Olivier the tools to create his idea in virtual reality.
Creating Your First Virtual Reality Application – Meet Nicholas Armstrong
Despite not having much familiarity with VR, his company quickly agreed and asked Nicholas to find VR development training. Fortunately, Circuit Stream’s 10-week course was exactly what Nicholas was seeking.
Learning Unity to create VR Films – Meet Nathan Estabrooks
One of the most prominent opportunities for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality applications will be throughout the film industry. For Nathan Estabrooks, he’s decided to go back to school to learn how he can add new skills to his repertoire.
From Beginner to Expert – Meet Tyrell Lewin
Tyrell was a math and computer science major looking to broaden his education and get hands-on experience in virtual reality. He wanted to build a VR baseball game, but tutorials and forums got him nowhere. Then, he found Circuit Stream.