Mixed Reality in Education

Learn how the Education system can transform collaborative learning using Mixed Reality and the HoloLens 2




SphereGen Technologies, a certified Silver Mixed Reality Partner with Microsoft, is hosting this live demo event. Having worked with the HoloLens since its introduction in 2016, we have successfully implemented Mixed Reality solutions for many clients ‚Äď with groundbreaking results.

The Presenters:

Eric Kamont – Microsoft, Director Mixed Reality Strategic Partnerships

Dr. Howard Winston – University of Connecticut (UCONN), Associate Professor in Residence, Physics Department

Amy Pacelli – SphereGen, Account Executive

This webinar will include a live demonstration of a custom-built Physics application currently being used at the University of Connecticut by Dr. Winston to teach Physics concepts.

What will you learn about Mixed Reality in Education?

You will experience a live demo of an interactive Mixed Reality application currently being used at the University of Connecticut to augment the traditional curriculum in teaching Physics concepts

Hear how the application supports collaborative learning and relies on cross-platform devices, such as desktops and smartphones, to extend accessibility

Learn about the HoloLens 2 and how Microsoft is supporting academic programs to adopt the application of this innovative technology

See how you can embrace Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality to engage students in the learning process

Engage in a Q&A session with our presenters, experienced in the fields of Mixed Reality and Education.

Learn more about our work in Mixed Reality:


Who should attend this event?

Professors interested in innovating their curriculum

Department Directors

Technology Department

Don’t miss your chance to experience Mixed Reality in action!

This event has a limited amount of tickets available for an engaging and dynamic experience – Reserve your seat quickly!

The event is finished.


Jun 08 2022


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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