“One of our goals, our pillars, is to become the virtual reality capital of the country,” City Council member Cliff Boyd said. “Virtual reality is an absolute footprint on all future development — of education, industry training and product development.”
The school is free for 20 accepted students, and the first group started May 1. Classes are conducted five evenings a week in a lab where students can use 3D monitors. When students aren’t in class, they can use the facility to work on the company’s projects and build their portfolios.
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