During mid-October Chiara Vincenzi, Clinical Assistant Professor in Art + Design, met in small groups of students at the CITL Innovation Studio to peer critique their fashion designs in VR using a platform called Komodo. Komodo is a tool where, among other things, classes can meet in VR to present and share their creations with each other. Komodo is an ongoing project developed by the vr@illinois group at the IDEA Lab in Grainger Library with the goal of helping instructors and programmers more easily create multi-user VR content for the web. Above you can see earlier in the semester when students were able to prototype fashion designs in a VR application called Tilt Brush.
Below is a video showing how the students and the professor were able to meet on the Komodo platform and discuss feedback for the designs.