Students interested in pursuing the optional High-Immersion VR track will need:
VR is where hardware and software combine to make magic. That's why we’re offering anyone who enrolls in our VR Developer program by April 15, 2017 a free Samsung Gear 360. All you need to bring is your imagination.
Christian is the Curriculum Lead for the VR Developer Nanodegree program at Udacity. He previously co-founded the VR Team at Google and also ran a team on physical interaction research.
Matt, Content Lead, is a serial entrepreneur, artist, and engineer with a passion for finding new ways to improve life using technology. Matt's goal is to help spread the adoption of virtual reality to the world.
Vasanth, Course Developer, previously worked at Stanford's Virtual-Human Interaction Lab. In addition to Udacity, he is also working on an initiative called FusionEd to inspire more people to get started creating content.
Chris, Course Developer, is a veteran game developer with experience across many disciplines, from artist and designer to graphics engineer.
Austin, Course Developer, is a VR User Experience Designer. His background is in interactive sculptural new media, and he has a Masters degree in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University.
Just enroll in the Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree program between February 7, 2017, and April 15, 2017, and that’s it! You’re automatically enrolled in the promotion by doing so and once you complete the first five(5) projects of the Nanodegree program, we’ll contact you to arrange to ship you the camera.
Currently, only students in the United States and China are eligible for this promotion.
If you are currently enrolled in the Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree program, and interested in this promotion, please email us at email@example.com to discuss eligibility options.
You are eligible for the promotion if you enroll in the VR Developer Nanodegree program within the promotion dates, complete the first (5) projects of the Nanodegree program and are in the United States or China. Your enrollment in another Nanodegree program does not impact your eligibility for this program.
Once you have successfully passed the “Night at the Museum” project, and all previous projects (P0 - P5) in the “VR Platforms and Applications” module of the Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree program, you will be mailed your camera. On average, it takes 7 weeks to reach this stage of the program.
Once you have successfully passed the “Night at the Museum” project, you will receive an email request to confirm the correct shipping address for your camera. You won’t need to do anything prior to receiving this email, you’ll just need to respond when you do receive it.
Students in the United States and China, who enroll in the Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree Program during the promotion period, and who are automatically enrolled in this promotion, will NOT be eligible for the 50% tuition reimbursement.
Yes. If you already have a Samsung Gear 360 camera, and would like to opt out of this promotion, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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