Doug Hohulin is a Smart City Solution Architect with Nokia working on 6G, 5G, AR/VR, AI, AV/CV, Smart City, Energy, IoT & Digital Health projects. He is a mentor for the VRoKC - VR/AR High School Hackathon and is on the Kansas City Digital Drive leadership team responding to the US Ignite AR Developer Challenge focusing on Healthcare, Workforce Development, Public Welfare, or Education. He is on the Greater KC Metro Chamber Advisory Transportation Committee, KC Metro AV Task Force, the 5G Automotive Association Business Models and Go-To-Market Strategies WG, and the KU Cybersecurity Board.
For over 30 years, Doug has worked in business development, strategy and cellular system engineering. He deployed 1G to 5G cellular networks, worked in the US, Spain, Japan, Austria, England and Venezuela working with governments, schools, and even in the classroom and VR to promote understanding of communications & transportation technology.
A fundamental shift is occurring in education. Once a top-down static practice of information transfer, learning is now about the dynamic act of knowledge creation. Students are not just content consumers but also content contributors and content creators.
Students in VR, an Educators in VR project, is an organization that supports, highlights and connects students who use spatial computing to create the lessons, environments and worlds in which they live and learn. Emerging technologies have finally caught up with the creativity and genius of youth. We are here to support that creativity and genius through the Student in VR international conferences and chapters.
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