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Jennifer Holland
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2018 Google I/O
May 9, 2018, Mountain View, USA
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Jennifer Holland
Lead program manager at Google
Brittany Mennuti
Product Manager at Google
Benjamin Schrom
Product Manager at Google

Over her 10 years at Google, Jennifer Holland has worked in Finance, Sales, and Product. Jennifer is the lead program manager for Daydream Education and G Suite for Education, and her team built both the Classroom and Expeditions products from the ground up by prototyping and testing extensively with teachers and students in schools around the world. In addition to her core responsibilities, Jennifer is the co-lead for the Development pillar on the Women@Google NYC Committee and is the founder and director

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Brittany is a product manager on Daydream. She oversees apps that make creation of AR and VR content easier for creators and developers, such as Blocks and Poly. Prior to Google, Brittany developed tools for Vine creators at Twitter and led the shipping team at Etsy, building products to help Etsy sellers easily fulfill their orders. Brittany has her BSE with a concentration in marketing and a minor in fine arts from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Benjamin Schrom is a product manager working on virtual reality and augmented reality within Google's Daydream team. He was the creator of Google Expeditions - a VR application for teachers and students that has brought VR to over 3 million students worldwide.

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Everywhere you look people are learning things pretty much the same way they always have - by relying on abstracted textual and verbal cues coming from books, videos, and lectures. AR and VR represent a great opportunity to provide learners with a new set of tools to expand their knowledge of almost anything. Come learn how to use this technology to make an impact on the world of tomorrow.

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Welcome to our session. We really appreciate you choosing to spend the next 40 minutes or less given the number of things we going on and I owe. My name is Benjamin strong and I'm doing here by Jennifer Miller and Brittany minuti and we're working on a mercy of computing. You want to talk to you today about using a Computing for teaching and learning in a few really important really different contacts the first I want to make sure we're on the same page about what you mean by immersive Computing even the simplest terms mean Buren

AR bear that can take you anywhere like to the Taj Mahal to another place in time down to the atomic level wherever then are they can bring you any sick dinosaur a jet engine DaVinci's 15th century design for a helicopter or just information about the world around you. What's the reason we say and we'll continue to say immersive Computing? Is that a Google we look at these Technologies is occupying different areas on a shared Spectrum. Increasingly all points on the Spectrum are beginning to blur together more and more. Who's playing today spend a few

minutes walking through specifically why and how we see this technology being used for teaching and learning. And again, we really mean teaching and learning in the broadest sense to Google Expeditions General talk to us about our efforts to bring this technology to higher education and then finally walk us through tour creator. Okay, so why are we here for the third Iota rho talking about this? Like what's the big idea here? Brass, the really powerful idea is that we have an opportunity with almost any technology on this immersive Computing Spectrum to help turn the

abstract representations of things that form so much or education of our work of District of how we perceive the world into more concrete experiences that activate our minds and our bodies and allow us to learn by experience of a continuation of how we all learn things as kids. Before the 7 things were going to talk about today, but we want to enable is this technology makes those concrete experience is much more regular things much more accessible is effective as possible. This is really important cuz we all need it. Like our our kids will need it sooner. Generations

will need it. So two years ago and I oh I posted this classic math problem to the audience and I wanted to check back and see if anyone got the answer these last two years. I'm actually not wear. This is a classic problem sexy called the age of the captain problem many many studies opposed this or similar sorts of questions to primary and secondary students. They don't have an answer the captain is. it turns out a majority of your average roof primary and secondary school math students will produce a numerical answer to this question 66 out of 97 in the most

recent study I could find The resources in the city actually turn this phone off the suspension of sense-making which now that I know it is actually a really useful phrase and all kinds of contacts during the comes to a distracted and I think it really illustrates for us. What's the challenge on the opportunity that we have before us? The opportunity is that instead of asking a student like why they should spend time studying. Why ancient Rome was important or ask him to do so appreciate these like amazing artifacts of human history with just a little

pictures in a text book or a video on a little screen. You can let them explode in VR like they were there in Rome. You can give them this bite-size field trip moment. It engages their mind their bodies just in the agency to look around. Or you can let them evaluate statue of a powerful woman in history like Cleopatra like it was standing right in front of them. Another way to think about this that's popular among cognitive scientist who studies learning so-called cognitive load Theory people heard of this. It's like our building to learn swear if you can

think of it like it's a funnel. The best way to say that the total mental energy that we have to learn something is what's left over after your subtracted the inherent difficulty of the thing that you're trying to understand to learn plus the effort required to understand how that concept is presented. So what you're left with is the mental energy of us to learn. So I guess fractions has like an inherent difficulty of other difficulty of why that's just like trying to understand how fractions are presented to you or how it's talk to you and we can't do much about the

inherent difficulty of these Concepts the world's like a really complicated place, but we can do something about that or just part of the information is actually presented to people when they're trying to learn it. But when you look at so many of the places that weren't actually happens like classrooms and lecture Halls. They really aren't set up to like less than that cognitive load. They're basically only setup to explain things with words or 2D drawings. Play Rise Up by the lights changed in hundreds of years like we were teaching people in the 15th century.

Defrost it makes sense of using students using are on their class like Teemo most overdue. What's driver talking about Google expeditions? We watched Expeditions 3 years ago and it's been incredible to watch it grow and now tens and tens of thousands of schools are using it every single day. That's core. Expeditions really hasn't changed much and how we first conceived it. It's a tool that allows a teacher or we call them a guide to take groups of collocated students on Virtual Field Trips or show them virtual. Thanks. And since we announced that in 2015 you continue

to see it grow and we've continued to add features to make it even more powerful and even more accessible. And as of today, we're really excited to show that over 3 million students and teachers have participated in one of our Pioneer programs over 6 million devices and we're so encouraged by the continued enthusiasm and excitement. We seem from teachers and students have been using it for multiple years now. In addition to the steady stream of qualitative feedback. We received your boss has started to get some real quantitative data back as well and it's still early days for the

stuff but in a recent study of Earth research, that's alright, we found that students that used Expeditions VR as part of a specific science lesson outperformed those students who use that same lesson, but with traditional 2D media take pictures and video and they did so by statistically significant number. So I'm sure if you're the things that we've learned along the way and some things that we're doing to make Expeditions even better and even more accessible. The first we are not like cardboard might be an awesome material out of which to build like a universally available VR

headset. It might not be the best material out of which to build a VR kit for schools to use. This is the first Expeditions kit box and made back in 2015, and we were so excited when it arrived. We thought it was the coolest thing ever. Where was our Expeditions cardboard box after about 2 hours in a in a classroom? Write classrooms are harsh environments for technology. Do we have to bring on some Partners to help us in some event? We have kids like this in school across the world. Like they had a VR car like that in their class instead of a TV cart.

We have over 10 different partners offering kits in over a dozen different countries. We've also learned that if we want to reach the most number one as possible with technology like VR and AR need to remove as many technological prerequisites as possible. So we started by long expedition to work offline. So that even is fools like this one in Ghana, they could travel the world with VR. Or in the school hundreds of miles up the Amazon River they could go outside and compare their environment the ones all the way across the world. The last year we are moved another

prerequisite. I made Expeditions work for users who didn't find themselves in a classroom or in a group. We've actually seen lots and lots of teachers use the solo mode in their classes to let them explore the world on their own. Will soon be updating the expedition's home screen to make self guided tours much easier to discover and jump into we'll still making it really simple and straightforward to use in class. We've also been making some really amazing new content like the set of expectations we made with the Earth VR team that brings the incredible

experience of seeing Google Earth VR cardboard and daydream recently open source available called Ciroc allows you to take it down to assume that within a limited head box can be viewed on mobile VR devices. It's really really powerful stuff. And it's especially really powerful stuff on the recently-announced Lenovo Mirage solo device degrees of freedom. Please continue the address more and more engaging interesting content to a wide river Expeditions have over eight hundred different Expedition spinning. History stem subjects art is really

something for everyone every teacher every student every curious at all. You also continue to partner with the real experts in the field of Education publishing like hmh, that's supplements are textbooks. And that's what we're discussing at the outset make all that important. I can't listen to textbook become more accessible and concrete with a set of a company in VR content. Most important river in that when you take students to amazing places like underwater Ramon coral reefs. But I really want to investigate the things I see. They're like Carl. or

sharks I want to get them clothes. They want to take the opportunity to look at this guy right in the eye. Look at those rows of sharp teeth. So X versus AR is our answer for how you bring that shark into the classroom such as everyone remains dry and intact. We give you a preview of exploration. They are last year. And we spent the last year. Taking our beta application around to schools all over the world. Over 1 million students and teachers participate in our beta they gave us their thoughts. They helped us refine it and approve it. We want to take this chance to

thank them for such a thoughtful feedback proceedings are some of the early rough edges and for just inspiring us to build it each and every day go ahead and check out hashtag on Twitter. Do you want to see some amazing scenes of people using Expressions AR? Feedback that we received has been super encouraging like this 9th grade teacher from Boise, Idaho. You saw her classroom. Come alive. We love that last part in the quote. Most of all the students have become both the teacher and the Lerner. This is really the Holy Grail. Giving amazing teachers like Karen

the technological instruments to make moments like this happen in her classroom. Flex vs. Arrowview shipping is a major update to our already launched at air will live alongside beer in the same binary. I will be shipping at the end of the month was over a hundred different are Expedition composed of the objects that span the same route that are VR tours to history art chemistry biology Natural History map. The list goes on. I want to give you a quick run-through of the future will be launching with. First as we doing VR one of those powerful tools that we can give a guide is ability to draw

the group's attention to specific areas are points of interest, but we needed to design a new way to point out parts of the object. So it's not the spotlight feature that lets a teacher shine a light on part of the object such that all the students can see it the teacher can move that Spotlight around they can make it a pinpoint or a flood light. It looks really really cool. We also learn that severely elephant the better but the spaces people have available to them are all different sizes. So you need to be able to quickly resize it and let that propagate to

all the connected devices. We don't use markers for tracking we learned that physical markers images can actually a great way of establishing a common reference point for large groups doing the same object different markers around your space objects. You choose to show your group will display right on top of them. The Simpsons sure, you don't have like 30 kids crowded around the same object. Just like we have a solenoid in VR. We also have a slo-mo today are so if you're at guiding a group, you don't need a marker you can just tap on any plane that your device to text to place an object

and have a look and you got all the explanatory information in a little card to read about like who doesn't want the Mars rover on their table. Sunset before they are will be shipping at the end of the month as an update to our current application was no need to install anything new to experience AR. schools that love their VR kits and there are more and more and more of them Best Buy education will be offering a Best of Both Worlds VR and AR kit built with the Asus Zenfone AR in this device does high-quality AR & VR just

beautifully we're also really excited to announce that the recently debuted Acer Chrome tab 10, the world's first Chrome OS tablet design from the ground up for Houston schools will be supporting both arcore and Expeditions AR Filing for those schools with Erica Dan able to iPads will also be bringing the same updates the expedition's IOS app and just like Cloud anchors that you may have heard of an earlier session. It'll work cross-platform. So you can use an Android device to got an iOS device or vice versa. So that's it for expeditions a beautiful new

UI a powerful set of AR features and a bunch of cool are content to go with it Museum in your pocket. Change the air to where I started. Be on K-12 learning Russell seeing lots and lots of signs of this technology can create engaging experiences for University students and to talk to you about that like to introduce Jen. Thanks, Ben. Beyond the critical and we quickly learned that there was even broader learning opportunities with the arm in the same way that learning can be an

obstruction for many students going to College Point pursuing different careers is an abstraction for students around the world. These students don't have access to the mentors and the Professionals in their life that have experience going to college or have experience pursuing different careers. For the past few years. We've been creating hundreds of College and Career expedition to enable students to be able to visualize what it's like taking that step across that graduation stage and accepting that diploma or you know taking that first step in applying for that dream job.

And along the same lines many educational programs have not been traditionally represented by women and minorities and it can be difficult for these students to imagine what it's like to participate in these programs. VR can help with us. White squall the New York Tandon School of Engineering has taken this to a completely nother level. They were looking to improve the impact and the diversity of their incoming freshman class. So they created a VR app and they Enlisted the help of students and faculty and built a bunch of different experiences showcasing the

different projects and programs happening on their campus and the admissions team created these cuts and Brandon cardboard sent out a letter to all admitted students with instructions on how to actually download the VR app. And apart from doing this, you know to separate themselves from other schools the immersive experience mainly highlighting the work of female students and faculty and narrated by a woman has helped to increase the female acceptance rate of students by over 10% in just two years. Yeah, we can share that.

Text Joey practice when the admissions office surveyed that incoming class many-sided the VR app as one of the reasons why they chose the New York Tandon School of Engineering because they could visualize what they're four years were going to be like on campus and get to experience, you know, working with different faculty and students. And Beyond using VR for admissions we're seeing Professor is like Adam Blumenthal from Brown University caps are historical sites using Google's jump camera and then marking nose up those videos in 360 photos up until fresh and using

tools like blocks and Polly too vividly recreate an important important historical moments in history. Like the gaspee affair, which happened off the coast of Rhode Island. It was a dramatic event in the lead up to the American Revolution students Canal Walk Through This virtual tour and experience a preserved part of History. But not all faculty are like Autumn and know how to build immersive content. How faculty and students get started we created a free VR video course for anyone to be able to take it will also be launching as an AR

course this summer. We've also provided schools with sample projects to help them get inspired for how they could build experiences using VR and AR. And we've also established a hardware Loan program. So that schools can apply and get the necessary Hardware to help them get started on their first projects. Since watching the VR video course and a Hardware Long program this past fall. We've received really positive feedback from feedback from students. Like Michael here who's actually taking the course. And one thing that we're seeing is that more and

more students like Michael are going online to pursue an education. In fact 32% of students took an online course just last year. This is a really powerful notion. But your access to a great education is no longer dependent on your Geographic proximity to one. Or dependent on having all day in person classes. Imagine if you wanted to pursue a career in let's say nursing and you had to take a set of prerequisite courses like biology and your closest University is 200 miles away. Can you might decide it's worth it until you go and you look up the courses that are being offered and you realize that

biology classes offered Monday Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 4 p.m. But you have a full-time job. You're probably not likely to register for that class and you might also consider a different career opportunity that allows you more flexibility. Almost all degree-granting institutions offer courses online, but many popular courses and degrees like biology require in-person activities like labs. Because of this schools either don't offer those courses ask students to pay really high course fees or ask remote

students to drive hours to 10 these in person activity. It turns out this doesn't scale, but we know we have the technology to enable these experiences. And that's why we're excited today to announce that in partnership with lobster a Science Education company in Denmark. We have removed the physical lab requirements for not to complete an online biology degree using virtual reality. Schools will now be able to truly offer an online biology degree. The 30 Labs can fully simulate real-world outcomes using

Advanced simulations and mathematical equation all built on the Daydream platform. B-Bop's are economically efficient as a cost of the VR headset and the content for the labs is still cheaper than the years of lab fees and it provides scale to a growing number of students that are pursuing courses online who previously were left out because of geographic constraints. students are also able to have unlimited lap time, which is something that many schools can't offer today and it's one student put it and no longer have to worry about having a bad

ta Students are also able to engage on a molecular level with it means lab which is impossible today. And we're really excited to announce that the first University that will be offering these VR labs to their students is Arizona State University this fall. And what's also exciting is that these Labs map to AP and IB courses for K-12 schools. So schools that want to supplement their existing curriculum with these VR Labs can go ahead and do that and for the

schools that can't afford creating a whole VR laboratory and their school. They can offer these VR Labs as a replacement. Raptor also connects the lab progress with major LMS systems, including Google Classroom, which will be integrated this fall and it allows teachers to actually track the progress of students throughout the BR lab. Lobster has been able to help reduce all of the laboratory cost for schools by virtualizing hundreds of machines and Equipment. I'm not sure what this hplc or the PCR but I'm pretty sure I could do something

fun without for Mentor. We think this is the beginning of something big what better way to use the power of the are meant to offer a powerful education. And with that I'll hand it off to my colleague. He's going to talk a little bit more about how BRS being used in the classroom and Beyond. Thanks so much. Jen programs. Like lobster got us thinking. How could we scale this kind of immersive learning to more people and how can we make it easier to create this kind of

content now, we all know that most of us don't have the expertise to recreate $1000000 laboratory NPR, but we also know that many of us have things to teach and stories to tell it since the earliest days of expeditions, but teachers and students have asked for the ability to create their own. So he started to think about what it would be like to make it easier to create VR content. That's why in January if he's launched a beta for students and teachers to make their own expedition in partnership with Rico. We outfitted students in schools all over the globe with Ricoh Theta 360 cameras

and kits of Chromebooks cardboard Stones tripods everything. They needed to create their own expedition. We encourage them to use the theme love where you live so they could showcase their communities two other schools participating in the program. Let's take a look at the experience of one of these schools in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, but this quick video I was born and raised here in Lancaster. How we're going to do this is using a new tool called tour Creator interactive easy-to-use tool that allows our students to create Rich Street on 60

degree experiences. Photos of the IT department and the arch Apartments have Supply at a title and description click on that and then I'll bring up the street view we can plug that into the actual tour. Definitely inspired me to show more of Lancaster and hopefully it'll inspire people to do the same and it's wonderful that we can have our students with all of these is distichiasis Little Village neighborhood has living quarters, very different from Round Here. We were just looking at the one from Vale their classes are basically outside.

I really thought that that was need everybody's different on the way. They like living every place has a unique story. Now Penn Manor High School it just one of hundreds of schools around the globe that have participated in this program. For example brightlings Community High School in Chicago made an amazing tour of Chicago's Little Village showcasing all the awesome arts and culture The Village has to offer and the Green School in Bali made this amazing tour that showcases other students what it's like to get an education being completely immersed in

nature. That's right. These students actually learn outside. And another school and valdemar has been created a tour of all the historic sites in valdemoro to show other schools what their Community was like? No, these are just a few examples of over 300 schools that have participated in this program and thanks to them. We now have a ton of feedback about what it's like to create your own expedition. And as we were speaking through that feedback, it occurred to us that when it comes to this concept have been mentioned earlier of transforming abstract Concepts to real ones. Perhaps

Expeditions, like content could be useful outside the classroom. Let's take the example of buying a home when your purchasing a home. He might consult the whole bunch of resources like photos brochures blueprints floor plans in order to inform your decision. Now we can imagine how being immersed in a virtual tour of that home. We give you a much better understanding of what it's like to actually live there. That's why we're super excited today to announce the launch of tour Creator a web application that gives anyone the power to create VR content.

As of today students teachers businesses employees folks like you and me, we can all create our own VR tours and easily share them anywhere on the web. When you go to the store Creator you start out by starting a new to our or picking up on a draft. And then you add some basic metadata things like a title description category and a cover photo. And then you fill your tour with seeing things are made possible through the use of 360 photos. Now if you have your own 360 photos awesome, you can upload them and just a couple of clicks,

but if you don't have no fear we've integrated directly a street view so you can take advantage of the massive library of 360 photos already available in Google Maps. Once you add your sins you add what we call points of interest. Is there a centrally areas of importance that you'd like to highlight and you can add a little bit of text information to inform your viewer. You can also and Rich these points of interest with other media like 2D photos and in the future will be adding that racing and ambient audio to help your viewers feel like they're actually there. Now when you're done creating

your two are you published to the web you can make it public for anyone to see or unlisted. So only those with the link can see it. And when you publish it to the web you actually publish it to poly. If you're not familiar with Polly Polly is Google's library of 3D content lunch late last year previously Polly had things like 3D models 3D sketches. And as of today probably will also contain 3D experiences in the form of Tours. And this is where the true beauty of this product comes in because you're publishing your towards the web all you need to do to share it if I share

URL so that means you can view your tour in 2D on desktop or on your laptop computer. You can text the link to your tour to a friend or colleague. They can load it on their mobile device and simply use Magic Window to experience it or they can tap and enter VR button put it in a Google cardboard and immediately be immersed in the tour that you just created. Now you may be wondering what is this magic? I thought when it came to the ER you have to install a bunch of apps get some really expensive Hardware. Well, this is all made powerful through a technology called wetbacks are that you might

have heard that the previous iOS session WebEx are means that you can experience VR content in your browser using any VR headset. Another beautiful thing about publishing these tours to the web is that you can easily embed them. Just go to Polly click on a share button. I don't get an iframe snippet that you can put in any blogger website. And when you think about it, this can be truly transformational for business. Let's go back to the example of real estate that I mentioned earlier. I imagine a future where instead of seeing a series of 2D photos on a real estate listing

online instead. You saw a virtual tour of that property that you were about to buy. They may be thinking okay, maybe businesses will use the same but will they actually use it well to validate that we were building the right product. We actually partnered with a bunch of companies across many verticals to get their feedback before we launched and we want to share with you if you examples of what they've created. Time Out New York has been using Tor Creator to create torus of having the best day ever in New York City everything from Central Park to Lincoln Center to the New York Public

Library. Imagine it done a company devoted to helping its clients like style icon lizzyland organize their lives and their closets has been using Tor Creator to Showcase their expertise now, I don't know about you. But if I have that many pairs of shoes, I'd probably want to see a tour of how they were going to organize them. Aria group owner of real estate.com that a you the number one place for property in Australia has been using Tor Creator to create Torres to embed in both their website and their mobile apps

soon as they've mentioned to US tour Creator allowed their users to explore their properties from wherever they are. And of course we seem broad applications for this technology and Enterprise training. KLM airlines has been using Tor Creator to save lots of money on training costs by acclimating their flight Crews to the aircraft before they even set foot inside. Now it's one thing to hear about these youth cases from us. It's another thing to hear about them direct from the source. So let's cut to a quick video where will share their feedback? Time out is always

been about helping people explore their city and tour Creator helps us to do just that it's really going to help us be able to innovate more in the digital world mean really create new content. We got some cool 360 photos and we just pop them right into tour Creator. We pull images formation fun facts things to do in that area anything you could really possibly need to know. We have some really cool tours through that store today time to people whenever they want and wherever they want and that's has quite a lot of money

for the mission of 2010 Atlantic vacation experiences to individuals with autism come in the building before they take one step over the threshold into a building cool. Let us show them exactly what to expect become acclimated to the building to the noise 2. Machinery will bring everything for Life clients feel so comfortable knowing what the space is it going to look like by singers with the store creative Soul. It's in the central. Thank you, baby. We are super excited to watch tour Creator to all of you today and can't wait to see all the toys that you're going to create later. This year will be

introducing the ability to add these tours directly to the Expeditions. So stay tuned for that. And with that I'll pass it back off then for some closing remarks. Text Brett. Play Evan. I do powerful air mode in Google Expeditions that packs at Universe of places and things in your pocket and bring them into your classroom under your desk light on top of your textbook. Holy online biology degree from Webster and a dream that uses the power of immersive Computing to make access to a

great education not reliant on your Geographic proximity to one and finally tour Creator simple powerful tool that makes creating immersive content accessible to anyone stay from their web browser. Not closing a note about why this is so important about education and Technology without thinking about this guy Seymour papert. 20 years ago, he observed that it might be time to reconsider our fundamental conception of like what a literal person. I mean a literal person on my way with hot things or learn things in school

was filed the word but written word or symbols Reading Writing them are obviously critical skills for many people. They're really challenging entry points. They're about as abstract as things get We have an opportunity use technology to lower these barriers to make learning Richard what's abstract to make all that important reading and writing that we do the augmented with the actual parts of the world that they refer to we can use Photo Sphere sounds three objects simulations all the formats immersive Computing enables to give Learners more effective entry points to

complicated subjects and ideas. So here's a quote from one of the teachers to participate in Expeditions AR beta that really resonated with us. She refers to something. I remember seeing every day when I was a teacher over 10 years ago many very very smart student. They might not bring extensive textual literacy to that warning from the get-go for a bunch of different reasons language barriers their particular educational background just like at the blocker to their learning we don't have to we all have you all gone opportunity to use all these tools VR and AR because

I'm a more natural curly visual entry point. The really important ideas in learning and has his teacher says we can help the level the playing field. So thanks very much.

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