Eric is a learning futurist, tinkering with and designing technologies that may better inform the future of teaching and learning. Eric is president and research coordinator of MAVR, a research group working in immersive technologies for teaching and learning, and more specifically, augmented and virtual realities in language learning. Eric's day job is at the Kyoto University of Foreign Studies where he teaches courses and conducts research on issues related to technology in tourism and education. Eric also leads a team of interactive media designers for TEDxKyoto. Eric's projects have included augmented tourism rallies, AR community art exhibitions, mixed reality escape rooms, and other experiments in immersive technology.
Working with districts, schools, and companies to best design and deploy technology for teaching and learning
Developing and implementing augmented and virtual learning environments
Public outreach on issues in schools and society from immersive technology integration
Mixed, Augmented, and Virtual Realities in Learning Research Group
Founding faculty member of The Faculty of Global Engagement, Kyoto University of Foriegn Studies
ARientation augmented learning platform
Making connections between non-profit reserach groups, corporate sponsorship, and local communities, because it is important to have contact with different groups to gain a holistic understanding of the world of immersive technology.
Find links to all of my projects, reserach, and public outreach here on my Google Portfolio.
A collection of stories and experiences in creating and implementing immersive technology.
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