Bose Challenge: Carnegie Mellon University

How might we use sound-based augmented reality to improve our lives?

 

Bose wants to empower students to learn about audio augmented reality and design meaningful experiences around it. Bose AR is a new audio augmented reality technology and platform that makes it possible to superimpose sound on top of the real world. With AR, novel experiences for music, communicating, learning, traveling, and more are possible.

Students will work in interdisciplinary teams (including content creators, designers, engineers, business leaders, and more!) to gain real-world experience designing for AR, explore how companies actually develop products, and develop their professional networks. 

All student teams attending the 3 hour kickoff event will receive Bose hardware*. 

Over the following 2 weeks, students can use Bose hardware to explore a problem or opportunity, build something, and communicate the engineering and business value behind their accomplishments.

Learn more at our kick-off event!

 

NETWORK WITH INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS.

 

NETWORK WITH INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS.

 
 

The Event

October 18, 2018

6:00 – 9:00pm

Gates Hillman Center, Room 6115
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avene
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

 

Only 50 Spots Remaining! RSVP Now!

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* Bose AR kits must be returned at the end of the competition. Additional prizes will be awarded to winning teams!
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