Students Push New Virtual Reality Software to Give Readers Control of the Story

The Emerging Technologies Course Experiments with Imaging, Audio and Text Capabilities Columbia, Mo. (March 21, 2017) — Can virtual reality change the very way journalists tell stories? A program at the Missouri School of Journalism may find out. Emerging Technologies in Journalism, a course taught by Associate Professor Clyde Bentley, digs deeply into new technologies … Continued

New Benchmark Established with Publishing of Virtual Reality Feature

The Technology Identifies the Need for New Workflows to Getting the Content Online Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 1, 2016) — The Missouri School of Journalism’s virtual reality program hit a benchmark recently by publishing a 360-degree-illustrated news feature on normal online newspaper deadline. In the Columbia Missourian Oct. 26 article, Emily Shepherd wrote about a Harry … Continued

Missouri Students Team Up with Associated Press to Produce Virtual Reality View of the New York City Subway

Columbia, Mo. (March 1, 2016) – A team of three Missouri School of Journalism students – Berkeley Lovelace Jr., Taylor Nakagawa and Haley Reed – went underground to report on a collaborative project with The Associated Press. Students joined forces with the Associated Press through their capstone class in convergence journalism at the School and their … Continued