FastForward is a publication written by kids, for kids. Our youth reporters are budding journalists and dedicated students who are fascinated by the world around them. FastForward provides a platform for students to conduct interviews and write about technology, entertainment, sports and business leaders.
Making immersive learning available and accessible to people through libraries and schools is an equitable distribution of what Mark Zuckerberg says is "the next computing platform" of the 21st century.
We have setup an XR Studio Lab for the production and teaching of immersive design skills to youth and adults.
A Way Out of No Way
Marin City Workers is one of our first projects working with youth and professionals to research working in the Marin Shipyards as an African- American and translating these rich oral histories into an immersive media world of music, 3D worlds and characters to tell the story.
In partnership with the Marin County Office of Education we are developing curriculum for 21st century technical skills through project based learning in the XRMARIN Learning Center. We offer opportunities in Immersive Design and Virtual Reality Industry Sectors.
Our middle school program provides students introductions to technology through hands-on activities and projects. Covering a varitey of topics, students learn how to use state-of-the-art software and hardware to express themselves and communicate through media.
Equity in technology is an elusive goal that we try to make happen in a number of different ways. Instruction, interaction and construction in a collective environment that supports exploration and trying new hardware and software is the first step.