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| by Alex Kesling Follow 0 Followers on Oct 07, 2017 |

Alex Kesling explores Google Expeditions as a case study in building meaningful Virtual Reality applications. Specifically, he discusses how the algorithms of Google's JUMP technologically hallucinate three dimensional photographs of the world around us.

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Alex Kesling is a Virtual Reality Engineer at Google focused on improving the lives of students everywhere through next-generation technologies. From working on designing Knowledge Graph infrastructure, to Android VR development, he has done a little bit of everything in his tenure at Google. He is currently exploring the next generation of VR tools to support educators.

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