In Spring 2018, I competed in the Computational Society’s National Case Study Competition on the impact of computational technology on well-being. My team wrote a 15-page case on how current innovations in virtual reality, augmented reality, and wearable technologies are impacting sports, recreation, and how we play and entertain. We qualified for the final round of the competition and competed at the Association for Information Systems International Student Chapter Leadership Conferenceheld at the University of Texas at Dallas. At the conference , we presented in front of a panel of industry professionals, and met the founder of the computational society.
My team placed third overall in the competition!
You can read our Case Study Entry or view our finalist presentation slide deck below!