ViatoR utilizes VR to submerge users in an immersive environment for an interactive, engaging language learning experience.
Our team has been funded by the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund for a sixteen week pilot period, beginning May 16th, 2016. We are excited to have partnered with The Enterprise Center and Chattanooga Language School, and plan to announce more partnerships as the pilot period progresses. During this first sixteen weeks, we are working to build out and test a vertical slice of the functionality that will make up the core platform of ViatoR.
Nicole Prebula is a software developer with background in foreign language and interest in education. She is serving as research coordinator on the project, responsible for research, reporting, quality assurance, client testing and partnership management.
Forrest Pruitt is a software engineer, VR enthusiast, and tinkerer with a history working with bleeding-edge technology and 3D streaming. He will serve as lead developer on the project, responsible for building the core software and ensuring the experience is comfortable.