Oregon Story Board (OSB) yesterday announced that it will be the first non-profit in the U.S. to offer Microsoft HoloLens training courses designed with corporations, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts in mind. OSB got research grant from Microsoft to develop training in HoloLens for use in trade-based education. Students attending this training will have exclusive access to HoloLens device as well.
Now, starting this spring, OSB will expand the reach of its training efforts with one and four day training sessions offered in its custom-designed computer lab, created specifically for HoloLens instruction, for students and industry professionals. “HoloLens is the current state of the art, for the next wave of human-computer interaction. If you’re a designer, or a developer, and want to figure out what is coming next, this is the space you want to be,” says Thomas Wester, former executive technical director at Second Story, and current HoloLens instructor.
Students can pre-register for this training and the course will begin later this spring. Sign up now to reserve your place on our waiting list.