"I’ve landed a great project developing a VR app for Samsung GearVR, which is something I couldn’t have imagined myself doing a short while ago. More importantly, I’m developing valuable professional relationships all the time just by being at the Upload space. You don’t need to work at networking here because it just happens to you. If you’re interested in AR and VR and want to immerse yourself in an environment of creative, passionate, and smart people in the industry--I could not think of a better place to be."
- Ian Dellota, Upload Student
"On demo day when I presented my final project, I met one of the judges who was working on a fascinating XR project relevant to my background. He encouraged me to apply for an internship with his company, and I was accepted. I wouldn’t have had the opportunity if it wasn’t for Upload’s friendly environment and the chance to demonstrate what I learned"
- Sherry Shih, Upload Student
"Upload's extensive partnerships in the VR industry generate powerful opportunities for alumni of their Unity Dev training course. Our team of students were able to work on an immersive experience for Stanford University, which taught us a great deal, and also generated a VR experience of value to their department."
- Julian Reyes, Keyframe Entertainment
"We are thrilled with our Upload intern partnership, which continues to evolve. Following their 10-week course, our interns were well prepared to hit the ground running, and built version 1.0 of a VR music education application. This prototype was a key initial step toward an ongoing, broader discussion with both a nationwide music education charity organization and a large state university. This collaboration was made possible by the unusual blend of Upload's combined VR education and work space."
- Steve Kurz, Outer Realm Co-Founder
Tiffany Raber is a Unity developer, 3D asset creator/designer, and biomedical illustrator. A recent graduate from the Biomedical Visualization Graduate Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Tiffany grew a passion for interactive medical education/simulation techniques in the AR/VR space. She believes that the advancement of MedVR will directly impact and transform the field, improving patient experience, surgical training, science education, and overall user health. Currently, Tiffany is a Visiting Research Assistant, working in modeling and simulation in VR, at The U.S. Army Research Laboratory West, located at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies.