Developing Immersive Educational Experiences in the Realm of Extended Reality.
Kent State University

Extended Reality Initiative (XRi) At Kent State

The Extended Reality Initiative (XRi) at Kent State is focused on developing immersive educational experiences in the realm of extended reality. The initiative was recently awarded funding from the National Science Foundation to design and study immersive 360 video experiences incorporating single and multi-perspective video to train future elementary mathematics teachers. Materials from this funded project and related initiatives will be shared here as they become available.

Our Team

Karl W. Kosko
Principal Investigator
Associate Professor of Mathematics Education
Richard E. Ferdig
Co-Principal Investigator
Summit Professor of Learning Technologies and Professor of Educational Technology
Cheng Chang Lu
Co-Principal Investigator
Professor of Computer Science
Enrico Gandolfi
Key Personnel
Assistant Professor of Educational Technology
Annette Kratcoski
Key Personnel
Director of the Research Center for Educational Technology
News & Updates

Latest From Our Blog

What is XRi?

Welcome to the Extended Reality Initiative (XRi) blog page! In this initial blog post, I’m going ...
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Intro to Creating a 360 Video

A current objective of XRi is to create immersive 360 video experiences that include video of ...
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XRi Receives Grant!

XRi has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant (Grant #1908159) for $1.48 Million over a ...
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