Anjana Bytha

The fourth session in the month of webVR was held on the August 26th. It kicked off with a crowd of about 80 participants. The morning session began with Madhukar, a Mozilla representative, who spoke about the importance of privacy which is one of the most important thing in today's world. He enlightened the audience about various acts and privacy in the context of data and information, how it is maintained and handled, which is the current need of the hour. This was followed by a break for lunch after which the session continued in the labs with people working…

The third session in the month of webVR was held on August 19th. It kicked off on time with a crowd of around 80 participants. The session began with the presentation and training on the basics of GIT by Bobby and Sairam. Vihar took over the session in the labs where all of them applied what they had learnt, it was a very interactive session with all the participants asking questions and working enthusiastically. This was followed by a break for lunch after which the session continued in the labs with people working on various scenarios in A-frame. It was…

August ,13th- The second weekend session kicked off on time with a crowd of around 100 people. The session began with the presentation and training of the basics of JSDOM including HTML,CSS by Vihar. Nitin took over the session, taking the discussion in the direction of the fundamentals of A-frame and how they can be applied through one's creativity. This was followed by a small break for lunch, which was succeeded with the Hands-on session on how to create Virtual Reality scenes through A-Frame. Overall, the day was an absolute learning experience from scratch to specializing in webVR.…

The first session of the month long programming workshop organized by CBIT-OSC, Open Minds of MGIT named 'Month of WebVR-Hyderabad leg' curated by Swecha, on WebVR with A-frame was a great success. It was conducted on the 5th of August at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology from 11am to 3pm. The event commenced with Himanshu giving an introduction to the concept of virtual reality and it's history. The event saw an overwhelming participation of more than one hundred enthusiasts, more than 75% of whom were young inquisitive women. After the introductory talk, Kalyan delivered a very interactive and informative…