In the news
Will this become the new lecture hall? Mentioning of the Hololens project in an article on educational innovation in ‘Leids Universitair Weekblad Mare’ (Dutch)
Blog by Beerend Hierck> Mixed Reality in het hoger onderwijs (Dutch)
Article about our Hololens experiment on ICT Health> LUMC experimenteert met HoloLens voor studie ondersteuning (Dutch)
Article about the presentation on Mixed Reality at CEL innovation Room> Learning in Mixed Reality with the Microsoft Hololens
Learning with augmented reality blog about CEL Innovation Room> Rijker leren met augmented reality? (Dutch)
June 20th: Final presentation SURF Innovation Challenge (Utrecht)
Leiden University’s New Media Lab will showcase the Hololens app & experiment for the SURF Innovation Challenge.
June 6th: Worksession on mixed reality for higher education at onderwijsconferentie (LUMC)
At this conference about blended learning, Beerend Hierck and the New Media lab will organise an interactive session on the potential of mixed reality for medical education.
May 31st: TedxAmsterdamED
At this event Beerend Hierck pitches the concept of immersive learning with mixed reality for education.
April 24th: Presentation & demo at symposium MFLS (LUMC)
On a symposium about Artificial Intelligence, organised by MFLS, Beerend Hierck together with the New Media Lab, will give a talk about the potential of augmented reality for higher education.
April 3rd: OMHE 2017 (TU Delft)
At the Online Media Higher Education conference at TU Delft, Thomas Hurkxkens is giving a presentation about the potential of Virtual and Augmented Reality for education, among our Hololens experiment will be one of the showcases. The OMHE (Online Media Higher Education) events are organised by three Dutch Universities: Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam.
March 27th: Hololens workshop at VCMS symposium (Erasmus MC Rotterdam)
At this symposium for medical students Beerend Hierck and Leontine van Melle are presenting the potential of Mixed Reality for medical education. During an interactive workshop, students are challenged to think about potential cases for their own learning domains and try out the Hololens app from Leiden University.