Jul 052017


At The start I had to lead 2 people with virtual reality and that was a new experience for me because I am learned from the teacher myself as in me being the student I am not trained to be the leader I doont really like to be thrown in the deep end like that but it is good for me and I have experienced my favourite thing ever which was inserting my own images in the virtual reality which was really cool but what was challenging was how to make the images bigger or to make the canvas of the picture like all I can see through the goggles but I am yet to figure that bit out and I have been showing other people to use the virtual reality so I am the demonstrator so I like that about what I am doing today

It is now holidays so I have 2 weeks off from dance so all I have is dadaa (Virtual Reality), volunteering, going to the gym that’s my favourite part and having a life is what I love blogging is apart of that I write it down how I feel in the moment if I am feeling a human emotion I like to write it but at dadaa lets me type but I am Ok

Jul 042017

Children and young people attending DADAA’s Artlink Holiday program are learning about virtual reality from the Mixed Reality artists and digital team.

Children from Artlink’s Quinn’s Rock program watching mixed reality on the TV

Rico supported by Zoe learns how to use the wands and goggles.

Children and young people attending Artlink’s Circus WA holiday program are then invited to experiment in with the VR/MR in DADAA’s new digital studio.

This program is running for two weeks and is designed to build a digitally aware community of children and young people with disabilities.

Mixed Reality artists are focusing on developing their skills as facilitators and leaders.

July 4, 2017