CMDC Alum Connor Goglin Is Now a MOVE Lab Fellow

CMDC Alum Connor Goglin has been named a MOVE Lab Fellow for the fall 2016 year. In this capacity he will lead workshops for students and faculty on developing VR environments with Oculus Rift and other VR systems, assist the students in the Senior Seminar with the VR environment they are building for the Clackamas County Historical Society's Kaegi Pharmacy now installed in the Museum of the Oregon Territory as their capstone project, and conduct his own research in VR development.

Connor Goglin is a VR developer and digital artist. He was raised in Vancouver, Washington and graduated from WSUV in 2016, majoring in Digital Technology and Culture and minoring in Psychology. Ever since trying an Oculus Rift DK1 at the CMDC's Game Changers event, Connor has been avidly developing content for virtual reality. Completed projects that Connor has contributed to include Drink, Draw, Jump and T1VR, the latter of which earned a "Grey" award award at the Washington State University Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (S.U.R.C.A.) in 2016.

Connor is still developing VR projects, and in his off time he enjoys tabletop gaming and parkour. His personal website can be found

We are excited to have him with us. Be watching the CMDC's Facebook site for announcements about VR tutorials and workshops he will offer this fall.

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