Learn Python: Build a Virtual Assistant
Go from basic python to creating a virtual assistant for your computer
Created by Adam Eubanks - Self Taught Programmer And Learning Enthusiast
Students: 82308, Price: Free
In Learn Python: Build a Virtual Assistant In Python, you will go from beginner to intermediate level the fun way; creating a real-world application! In this course, I will teach you how to create and set up a virtual assistant for your computer. We will learn how to get data from Wikipedia and Wolfram Alpha, as well as create a GUI. After that, I will regularly release new videos on other optional things that you could add to our application.
This course will help you add something fun to your portfolio and give you good practice for using python. This course is especially good for beginner hobbyists who want to learn how to use various APIs and how to apply them.
Students who enroll will be able to create a real-world, personalized application for your personal use.
Cinematic VR Crash Course – Produce Virtual Reality Films
Learn How to Produce 360° (3D) Video Content Like the Pros and Become a Virtual Reality Expert
Created by Nick Kraakman - Co-Founder of Purple Pill VR
Students: 33157, Price: Free
“[VR is] the next major computing platform that will come after mobile." -- Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
Are you a filmmaker who wants to learn the secrets of producing immersive video content for virtual reality headsets? Then read on..
People interested in cinematic VR drown in the waterfall of tech news, become demotivated by the utter lack of clear information, and get lost in the jungle of obscure internet fora in search of much needed tips and tricks. This is why many simply give up..
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of problems you need to solve before you can finally start shooting some content? Do you ever feel lost in the technological jargon? Then this course is for you!
The Cinematic VR Crash Course teaches you everything you need to know to start shooting your own mind-bending cinematic VR experiences. From selecting a 360° camera rig and scripting, to the actual shoot and distribution of your content, this course covers it all in 10 high-quality, to-the-point video lectures.
Besides video lectures, this course includes example footage to get a feel for the material, a glossary to explain key terminology, and a list of resources to help you acquire all the gear you need to get started.
Concepts are introduced gradually, so that even a beginner will be able to follow along and become a virtual reality expert in no-time!
Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:
✔ Understand all aspects of cinematic VR
✔ Film and produce your own cinematic VR experiences
✔ Take on paid assignments with confidence, because you'll know how to deliver
✔ Record and mix ambisonic audio
✔ Select the 360° camera rig that fits you best
✔ Discover the limitations and possibilities of this exciting new medium
✔ Get our 360 file management software for free
✔ Gain knowledge that few possess
✔ Become one of the Virtual Reality pioneers
✔ Plus much more!
So do you want to discover how to produce VR video content like the pros? Then click "Take This Course" to start your Virtual Reality journey today!
Introduction to Virtualization – One Hour Crash Course
Learn key virtualization concepts that apply to VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V in this beginner course!
Created by Rick Crisci - VMware Certified Instructor, Virtualization Consultant
Students: 30842, Price: Free
Are you brand new to virtualization? Have you found that many of the training resources out there use complex technical jargon that make it difficult to understand the basic concepts behind virtualization? If you need to learn virtualization quickly and clearly, this is the course for you.
I have taught thousands of hours of live training directly for VMware. Most lectures in this course are 5 - 10 minutes long. This course gives you an understanding of general virtualization concepts. You'll learn how to convert a physical server to a VM. You'll see how the hypervisor provides access to CPU, memory, and storage resources.
If you need to learn VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware Workstation, or any other virtualization technology, this course is the ideal starting point.
Unreal Engine 4 for Architecture – Fundamentals Course
Use the Unreal Engine to create beautiful Arch Viz walkthroughs for Virtual Reality
Created by Hardy Hutajaya - Ordinary Guy with a passion for Archviz
Students: 24563, Price: Free
At the end of my
- Students will be able to take
their Archviz work in 3ds max and transfer them into Unreal Engine 4 to
make it 'Playable'.
- Students will be able to
understand the general workflow of using the unreal engine 4 for their
- Understand how to use the
unreal engine material editor
- Students will know the
different lightings available in Unreal Engine 4
Who should take my
- 3d Artists, Environment
Artists, Interior Designers, Architects, Game developers getting started
- Not for Advanced Level Unreal
- Basic 3d Modelling using 3ds
How to Hire a Virtual Assistant
A first-timer's guide to hiring a VA. Free up your time, save your sanity, and focus on what's most important.
Created by Nick Loper - Entrepreneur, Author, Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation
Students: 20528, Price: Free
This course will guide you through the process of hiring your first virtual assistant, starting with how to determine what tasks you can outsource, where to post your job, how to narrow down the applicants, and ultimately making the hiring decision.
Why Hire a Virtual Assistant?
In short, to save yourself time, money, and headache.
As a small business owner, your most precious resource is your time. After all, each minute you spend is a minute you'll never see again. A virtual assistant is an investment in reclaiming that time so you can spend your time more wisely.
You'll start by identifying your outsourcing opportunities, the tasks that someone else can and should be doing for you. After all, you need to be working ON your business, rather than IN it.
The Course Structure
The course is broken up into 8 video PowerPoint segments that follow a trusted process I have used to much success in my own business. You'll be able to get through the modules quite quickly, but there is some homework involved, including:
- Tracking how you're currently spending your time
- Finding which tasks you can get off your plate
- Crafting and posting an attention-getting job description
- Narrowing down your applicant pool
- Testing and interviewing the most promising candidates
If you're finding yourself overwhelmed or burned out with your work, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. It just takes a short investment in time to learn the basics of hiring a VA, and some additional time to train them on your process, but the long-term benefits are huge.
This course is more geared toward hiring a virtual team member for ongoing business support, rather than for a one-off project; though much of the content will be applicable to both scenarios.
By the end of the course you'll have the confidence and skills to go out into the wild and hire your first virtual assistant.
Prepare for a new era of business growth and productivity!
VR in Unity: A Beginner’s Guide
Go from "I've no idea what I'm doing" to "I've very little idea what I'm doing", for FREE.
Created by Mark Suter - High School Teacher
Students: 17583, Price: Free
Make CORN HOLE in VR!
Intended for absolute beginners, this is a guerrilla-style approach to getting a VR app up and running quickly, with very little peripheral teaching of WHY were doing any of it. Sections 1 + 2 don't involve any actual coding, and get you started quickly. Coding takes place in the (in development...my students co-producing with me left for summer break! The nerve!) section 3 and beyond.
I teach a high school "Intro to Programming" class, and I'm making this to help them, and maybe others at the same time. This is all recorded in my classroom, March, April, May of 2018.
I planned to resume adding to this course in Sept 2018 and Spring 2019 with more Graphical User Interface (GUI) development and some beginner level coding, but have shifted effort into making a more polished version of this course for Unity itself. It will also be free, and published on the Unity site around May 2019.
You should dabble in Unity beforehand, maybe try the "Roll-a-Ball" tutorial on Unity's website just to familiarize yourself with the Unity interface.
I will be using Unity software, version 2017.3.
ARKit BasketBall: Create Your First AR App Using ARKit
Learn To Create Your First App Using ARKit
Created by Gabriel Abraham - Artificial Intelligence Researcher
Students: 13532, Price: Free
Do you want to create your first app using ARKit?
Do you want to learn the fun way by doing?
If you do, you've come to the right place because this is The ARKit BasketBall Developer Course. And in this course you're going to learn how to create your first app using ARKit. This app is the ARKit BasketBall.
If you have no experience using ARKit that's okay, because every line of code we write is throughly explained.
See you inside :)
- Create your first App using ARKit
- Launch BasketBalls at the BasketBall Hoop
- Create Actions which will move the BasketBall Hoop
- Create Custom Buttons for the User Interface
Better virtual meetings
Learn how to organize and run productive and engaging virtual meetings.
Created by Hans Gaertner -
Students: 11804, Price: Free
One of the most common situations you are facing when working with a remote team are virtual meetings. This course will help you improve your virtual meetings to be more engaging and more productive.
What will we cover in this course?
- We will walk you through the most common challenges and mistakes you will have to deal with when organizing and running virtual meetings. We will give you specific tips how you can improve.
- Then we will take a closer look at virtual presentations. Our virtual cartoon team with Jeff and Sarah will give you a number of tips to improve engagement and interaction when you have to give presentations during a meeting.
- Finally, we will look at some of the larger issues that relate to preparation and follow-up of meetings. Here, we will also talk more about the difference between virtual and in-person meetings.
Building Information Modelling : Essentials of BIM level-2
The guide to learn the basics to understand the BIM concept.
Created by Ayman Kandeel, CEng ®, PMP ®, MICE®, ACP®, RICS-BIM® - Autodesk BIM specialist & Certified Professional instructor
Students: 10636, Price: Free
In this course you will understand What is mean by BIM, what are the key points of the BIM process and the roles and responsibilities of each person in the BIM team, you will learn what mean by BIM levels and what is the latest BIM level. Yoiu will know how to create your BIM executing plan and how to implement it. You will be familiar with new terms like ( BIM maturity, BIP, EIR, BEP, LOD, COBIE., etc..)
** The course will explain all the following important topics in BIM**
1- BIM definition.
2- BIM dimensions.
3- BIM VS CAD.
4- BIM uses.
5- BIM applications.
6- BIM implementation factors .
7- BIM levels of developments.
8- BIM responsibilities
9- BIM levels maturity.
10- BIM executing plan.
11- Employers Information Requirements
At the end of this course you will be ready for the advanced level of BIM with information management.
Build an Augmented Reality Strategy for your Business
An AR Playbook for Determining Technologies & Strategies
Created by Jim Heppelmann - President & CEO of PTC, Engineer & Author
Students: 7528, Price: Free
Learn the right questions to ask to understand the basic concepts, technologies and decisions you’ll need to make in order to build a successful augmented reality (AR) strategy for your business with the AR Playbook.
Explore the AR Playbook in-depth to learn how you can develop technology and implementation strategies to insure scalability, efficacy and impact with industrial AR solutions for the enterprise.
Build your strategy for implementing AR solutions in the enterprise with this research-based framework
· Explore key questions to address when building AR solutions
· Identify & explore required technologies, content & systems
· Evaluate industry case studies that demonstrate the value of AR
· Analyze familiar use cases using the AR Playbook
Best Practices Grounded in Field Experience to Guide your Strategy
Learning how to implement AR to transform businesses is a high-demand skill in the enterprise sector. Companies are ready to invest in AR but need experts who can build effective strategies to implement AR solutions that transform products, processes and people into smart, connected enterprises.
As a framework built out of years of research and field experience, the AR Playbook is designed to familiarize you with the technologies and implementation strategies of AR solutions so that you can make key decisions to transform your business.
Content & Overview
Starting with the current state of AR in industry and how it’s projected to grow, this course will take you through a series of 28 short video presentations that highlight AR use cases, technologies, content, and systems. After a brief introduction and background, we’ll jump right into the AR Playbook, which highlights 15 key questions (and their associated answers) any technology manager or business leader needs to consider in order to implement an effective AR strategy.
We’ll also provide tips and best practices associated with each of the 15 questions based on field research and experience. Additionally, you’ll see the AR Playbook principles in action when we take a careful look at two real world case studies. By the end of the course, you will be able to use the AR Playbook to develop your own strategies for specific AR implementations in the enterprise and realize real business value.
Sustainable Engineering from a European Perspective
Development of Sustainable Innovations and Startups
Created by Felix Sieckmann - Researcher at TU Berlin
Students: 7249, Price: Free
This course provides insight how sustainable innovations can be developed and transfered into start-ups. For this, the motivation for and principles of sustainabiliy in the engineering discipline are presented, especially with regard to manufacturing. From a business perspective, the course also demonstrates how sustainable business models are developed. These core topics are complemented by additional insight into specific engineering topics that can be utilized in the context of Sustainable Manufacturing, e.g. Augmented and Virtual Reality, Digital Factory, Systems Design/Engineering etc.
The creation of these resources has been funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no. 2015-1-DE01-KA203-002207. Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency DAAD are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.
Digital Marketing FAQs – Common Digital Marketing Questions
I answer a number of common questions that have been asking about Digital Marketing over years of teaching
Created by Ben Silverstein - Digital Advertising Professional & Entrepreneur in NYC
Students: 6795, Price: Free
The Digital Marketing space is constantly changing with lots of different players, trends, buying models, products, best practices, and more things to keep up with. Due to constant changes in the space students regularly ask for my help in order to clarify some common questions about the space.
In this class I walk through some common questions and help explain in-person. I find that in-person is much better than just writing a blog post or answering via email. Also, if someone sends me a direct message there is a good chance that someone else has the same question.
This is a great class to take while you’re working on other projects, and as a supplement to other trainings and courses.
In this class I answer the following:
What is digital advertising?
Do people spend more time on digital or traditional media?
What is programmatic advertising?
What is the difference between an Ad Network/DSP/SSP?
What ad networks give the best ROI in the fitness niche?
Which brands spend the most on digital advertising and how do they allocate their budget?
Why do I keep seeing ads for a specific company/brand?
How successful is advertising on social media platforms compared to mediums like billboards and television?
Is advertising for businesses in magazines dead?
How does Google Analytics know demographics and audience interest?
What is an ad impression is it based on views?
How do advertisers get location data?
Who owns GPS?
Are advertising firms salivating over the possibility of inserting ads into augmented reality?
What is the “open exchange?”
How can I optimize campaigns?
How do I determine the rate for something like a skin?
Is there a minimum traffic requirement to run ads on my site?
I’ll continue to add more questions and answers to this class over time, so feel free to send me any questions you’d like answered!
Here are some reviews from other courses:
Digital Advertising & Marketing 101
★★★★★ “The real-world examples almost makes it self-explanatory. Professionally done and author speaks with authority - i.e. he knows what he's talking about and it shows.” - AJ Du Toit
★★★★★ “Thought this was an excellent introduction course. Working in the industry without a huge amount of experience in this area, it was a great way to familiarize myself with topics in ongoing conversations internally and externally. Will be taking 201 to further my understanding.” - Jocleyn Armour
★★★★★ “It is advertised as a 101 course and it did exactly that and very well, touching on the building blocks of Digital Advertising and Marketing. Good job Ben.” - Jean C
Digital Advertising & Marketing 201
★★★★★ “When combined with Ben's 101 course, the two classes make for a thorough and well-organized primer on digital media today. Perfect for marketing people and agency folks (creative, account) who are not immersed in a media agency. It will give you a foundation for how digital media is structured, a clear explanation of the jargon and acronyms you'll hear bantered about, and a better understanding of the opportunities available. The 201 course goes into important detail about some of the key changes that have taken place in digital advertising recently. Ben explains the concepts clearly and succinctly. Definitely worth the time investment.” - Shawn E Fraser
★★★★★ “This course is amazing. I do affiliate marketing and always wanted to learn about programmatic advertising and this course me taught that. I completed this for an interview and the employer was really impressed by the knowledge I had. Hope there is another in-depth version of this course. Where he goes into ad platforms or ad servers and teaches the real world applications.” - Suryameet Singh
★★★★★ “Comprehensive overview...detailed!” - Kaithlean Crotty-Clark
Introduction to Programmatic Advertising
★★★★★ “I'm in advertising sales and have been looking for a clean easy way to explain and also test my root knowledge of the programmatic ad space. It was very helpful and simple to understand which is hard to do with this topic.” - Raul Bonilla
★★★★★ "Being an advertising agency media planner and buyer, having this hands on information helps when we face a decision to go into the digital advertising space. Your 101 and 201 was extremely informative and truly like your overviews in a very simplistic explanation. Thank you and look forward to your future courses." - Diane Tody
VFX and Virtual Reality Theory Basics
Beginner's guide to the terms, types and different use cases of virtual reality (VR) in the visual effects industry.
Created by Vicki Lau - Multi-Hyphenate Artist, VFX Pro, TEDx Speaker, Author
Students: 5938, Price: Free
If you have always wanted to jump on the virtual reality (VR) bandwagon but have no idea how to - you've just found your solution right here. This theory course will help you get a good grasp of how VR ties into the visual effects (VFX) industry - keeping you updated on the terms, trends and uses of VR in the Hollywood film industry.
Expand your VFX Knowledge to Include the Booming VR Industry.
Understand every aspect of how VR and VFX work together and what this means for the future of the film, VFX and technology industries.
Why This Course?
Taught by a real professional in the visual effects and film industry who worked on actual Hollywood blockbusters as well as startups in VR and Silicon Valley
Covers terms and vocabulary used by visual effects industry veterans as well as applicable tools and types of projects
In-depth exploration into different real-life examples of VR and VFX collaborations
Networking and open collaboration opportunities with instructor and students
Get Ahead and Stay Ahead by Speaking the Language of VR with the VFX Crowd.
You will Learn How:
To use and understand VR terms and vocabulary specific to the VFX industry
To compare between different software, hardware and tools for VR and VFX
To differentiate what makes a successful VR and VFX collaboration as well as the type of projects available in the industry
The best part of it all - this course is utterly and ridiculously FREE.
Virtualization Expert – Learn How to virtualize 7 OS
A complete guide to virtualization. Downloading and Installing more than 7 different operating systems in virtual system
Created by 199courses Official - Courses starting at 199Rs
Students: 5488, Price: Free
In this course i will be showing you how to install windows 3.1 , windows xp , windows 7 , windows 8.1 and windows server 2012 .
You're here because you're ready to learn what is virtualization and why you should be learning it. You will learn lots of different things like installing almost 7 different operating systems ( more on the way) and creating a virtual network to use less resources. I am sure you will enjoy the course and it will be awesome. With more than 4076 Students already enrolled and a rating of 4.36 Stars !
I'm here because I'm the answer to all your questions. I would love to share my secrets and knowledge with you and help you guys to setup an environment for your application development studio.
Welcome to OneLit Certified Virtualization Expert - Learn How to Virtualize 7 Operating Systems.
In this course , you will learn how to install :
Windows XP Service Pack 1
Windows Server 2012.
and many more
OneLit Certifications are recognized world wide and once you have completed the course, you will be given a certification called 'OLCVE' i.e. OneLit Certified Virtualization Expert.
We’ve left no stone unturned.
I guarantee, this is THE most thorough, laser-focused and up-to-date course available ANYWHERE on the market - or your money back. The only course which has complete tutorials from installation to use the systems. The Only course which starts from windows 3.1
Augmented Reality 101 – AR Foundation Basics
Develop core augmented reality skills by learning Unity and the cross-platform API AR Foundation to create your first au
Created by Pablo Farias Navarro - Certified Game Developer and Founder of ZENVA
Students: 3567, Price: Free
Learn the necessary fundamentals for developing augmented reality apps within the popular Unity engine. Through this course, you will create a simple object spawning application that allows users to place virtual objects based on their physical environment using their Android or iOS device’s camera. In so doing, you will develop key skills for working with both AR and AR Foundation, Unity’s cross-platform API package that allows you to develop for Android and iOS devices simultaneously. By the end, you will be prepared to create more robust augmented reality apps and games and join a growing, in-demand industry of developers.
You will learn how to:
Download and configure AR Foundation within Unity
Use your device’s camera to automatically detect planes
Set up placement indicators to determine virtual object positions
Implement tap gestures that allow users to spawn simple objects into the “real world”
Create Your First Augmented Reality Experience
Have you wondered on how does the famous Dog Filter was created? In this course, you will learn how to create one!
Created by Eswaran Mohan - Chatbot and Data Science Enthusiast.Co-Founder of ExAR
Students: 2581, Price: Free
In this course, you will learn on how to create augmented reality experience using Lens Studio.
This course is designed for almost anyone to learn and start creating augmented reality experience (Lens) in no time with zero coding skills.
The best part of the course is that it's hands on and we will be creating Lens together and share with friends.
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could make almost anything come alive using Augmented reality?
You will learn how to make your ideas a reality through lens.
Insta360 ONE X Beginners Guide
Learn how to make your first FreeCapture video using the Insta360 ONE X.
Created by Shanil Kawol - 360 Video Creator & Trainer
Students: 1624, Price: Free
Just bought the Insta360 ONE X and don't know where to start?
Then you are in the right place! I was exactly the same when I first got the ONE X in October 2018. Since then I have made 100+ videos with the ONE X. And spent 200+ hours filming and editing. But to get to this point, I have spent countless days honing my craft in 360, and made plenty of mistakes in the process. So I decided to make a crash course with my best knowledge to help you get started with the ONE X in no time. In this crash course I will introduce you to 360 video and teach you how to make your first FreeCapture video with the ONE X.
My promise to you
My mission is to help you bridge the gap between the technology and your creativity. Personally, I think anyone can make a video. Including you! So if you have any questions about the ONE X, then you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message.
Beginners 360 Degree Photo Virtual Tours With Drones
Creating 360 Degree Virtual Tours from the Air? Most modern drones can help you capture 360 degree panoramic photos
Created by Richard L Charpentier - Website Developer and Professional Photographer
Students: 599, Price: Free
Just to let you know, this class is geared toward those just starting out with 360 degree virtual tours captured with drones. The hope is to help aerial photographers come up with innovative ways to present their drone captures, and to start thinking about creating unique 360 virtual tours. For those who are familiar with this topic this might be a little too basic for you.
This course is a high level overview of creating 360 degree virtual tours with drones. Students will get to see a finished aerial virtual tour created with a Mavic 2 Pro, and Kuula (for online display). They will also learn about the steps required to create usable 360 degree images for their own tours.
Students should note, they do not need to use the same drone used in this class, but they do need a drone capable of automatic 360 degree photography. Many of the newest DJI drones offer some type of 360 degree image capture, and for older models 3rd party applications can also help capture images for creating a 360 degree photo. Students should look into their drone features prior to attempting to create 360 images.
Students will also see a basic flight setup with the Mavic 2 Pro, a flight with the drone, and image capturing for a 360 degree photo.
Image editing and post processing will not be major subjects in this course. There are many 360 degree photo editing courses out there for students, so we won't spend much time on that part of virtual tour generation. This class is more about introducing the concept of aerial virtual tours and what you'll need to start building your own.
When students finish this course they should have a basic understanding of the tools they'll need to share 360 degree virtual tours for fun, and for profit as well.
2021 Essential Future Technologies – Massively Simplified
Understand the basics of key technologies driving the future and get ahead in your job, career and earning capacity
Created by Ian Khan - Technology Futurist
Students: 523, Price: Free
Technology is one of the key drivers of the future. We live in a society that is powered by technology, and it seems that the future will also be driven by technology. As we head into this future, it is important to understand the world we live in and what drives it. The technologies covered in this course form the foundation of what every professional should and must know at least at a concept level.
Definitions and explanations in this course have been kept very simple to appeal to everyone.
In this course, you will learn about the following technologies
3D printing – Applies to healthcare, construction, manufacturing
Artificial Intelligence – is termed as the biggest technology revolution currently underway
Autonomous Cars- From tesla to countless other cars coming to consumer markets, the applications extend beyond just cars to the world of logistics
Blockchain - The trust creator technology the foundation of Bitcoin
Cloud – What drives everything
Cybersecurity – How vulnerable we are and keeping the bad guys at bay
Digital Identity – Driving governments to create secure countries
Digital Twins – A revolution in Manufacturing
Hyperloop – Super fast transportation technology
Internet of Things – Connecting everything to the internet
Nanomedicine – The future of healthcare
Robotics – Driving industry, healthcare, transportation, aviation
Virtual Reality – Learning, training, surgery, and other industries will benefit
Wearables – From Fitbit to sensors build inside our clothes
These technologies have been carefully selected for this course as they will have a broad impact on the world overall..
Intro to XR Visualization for Architecture
Everything you need to know to get started bringing your designs into VR.
Created by Lauren Smith - Scenic Design & VR Visualization
Students: 138, Price: Free
Extended Reality (XR) can improve client communication, speed up your approvals process, and save time & money with real-time rendering. It's not surprising that XR is becoming increasingly popular for architectural visualization. With several types of headsets on the market and a growing number of software integrations, it's hard to know where to start.
This course is for architects with little to no experience with XR interested in understanding how to begin working with these valuable new technologies. We'll start by defining XR, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR). We'll explore several possible paths to VR to identify the best fit for your current workflow. Paths include Twinmotion, Enscape, Unity, and Unreal. After spending some time talking about what makes a successful VR design, we will dive into client sharing. By the end of the course, you'll have a general understanding of your XR Visualization options and several resources to continue your learning journey.
About the instructor:
Lauren started drafting in CAD over 12 years ago for a small historic preservation architecture firm in New York City. After four years in architecture and no aspirations to become an architect, she found a new home in the Events Industry. Since then, she has been designing stages and environments for corporate events.
Lauren uses the latest visualization technology, including Virtual Reality (VR), to bring client visions to life. Though experienced in other visualization software, including Cinema 4D with V-Ray and advanced Vectorworks Rendering, she prefers the unique immersion VR provides. In 2017, Lauren founded Scenic Mentor, a free 3D & VR tutorial blog, to help other 3D CAD/BIM designers learn this valuable new tech.