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As the world entered lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many plans, events and programs had to go on hold...indefinitely. When faced with this uncertainty, ASU-supported CompuGirls Hawaii had to restructure and retool their program in order to continue to foster social and technological change, working with adolescent girls (grades 8-12) interested in STEM fields.
In an effort to provide Fall 2020 graduates the best virtual ceremony innovation can create, a team of 12 students from ASU’s Meteor Studio, in coordination with the XR at ASU initiative, created a new way to bring graduation into living rooms around the world with a complete augmented reality experience.
Although the pandemic has changed the nature of events, that didn’t stop the UTO family from gathering safely to celebrate the holiday season. On Monday, December 7, over 300 members of the UTO family met virtually, via Zoom, to celebrate their exceptional efforts and dedication over the past year, while raising money for a great cause.