When Fri Jan 12 3:50pm — 5:20pm
Where Digital Media Room
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What This course will grant Dallas Makerspace members access to the HTC Vive located in Digital Media.
Host Coulson Mullen


  • Cost: Free

Cancellations for this event must be made before January 12, 2018 — 3:50pm.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

No more spaces available for this event? Visit coul.co/training and sign-up for email notifications of future classes. Includes one-click notification cancellation.

Attention: No-shows without proper cancellation will be charged $25 before permitted attendance to any of my future classes. There is limited availability for this event so please be considerate of others.

This event is absolutely free and open to the public with no age restrictions.

Be on time! Class starts at 3:50, DMS members, please be there by 3:50.

If you are not a Dallas Makerspace member, you must arrive 10 minutes prior to class start time for building access, to sign the required waiver and locate the proper classroom. It is also important to sign-up here: coul.co/non-member

There will be a 10-minute meet, greet and get comfortable prior to lessons.

Once we get started, we will be on the go covering a great deal of material quickly and thoroughly so leave your troubles/distractions at the door and come ready to focus, learn and have fun!

Have no fear! Even though this class is highly structured and fast-moving, it’s going to be fun and you’ll leave with plenty of resources for future review.

Questions, comments and/or suggestions: coul.co/contact

About the Class

This course will grant you access to the HTC Vive located in Digital Media.

Create a design while you walk around it looking at it from all angles in a very natural state. Then bring your creation to live by 3D printing it.

Vive policies and procedures for usage (10 min)
Navigating Steam software (10 min)
Equipment overview (10 min)
Controls and navigating the (VR world 10 min)
Modeling in MakeVR (15 min)
Modeling in Gravity Sketch (15 min)
Get VR model ready for 3D print using MeshMaker (10 min)