iLRN 2020 Guided Virtual Adventures - Proposal Form
Please use this form to submit a proposal to offer a Guided Virtual Adventure tour at iLRN 2020, the 6th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network, which will take place online and in virtual reality from June 21 to 25, 2020.
Before completing this form, please ensure that you have read in full the information at
*** The Guided Virtual Adventures are intended to be a social activity, and as such, platforms and environments to be toured must support interaction among multiple users. For other types of platform or environment, please consider offering a Workshop (
) instead, and/or participating in the Immersive Learning Project Showcase & Competition (
Submitter last name
Submitter first name
Type of institution/organization
K-12 school or school district (non-profit)
K-12 school or school district (for-profit)
Higher education institution or system (non-profit)
Higher education institution or system (for-profit)
Museum or library (non-profit)
Museum or library (for-profit)
Other non-profit organization
Other for-profit organization
None - Not affiliated with any institution/organization
Title of the Guided Virtual Adventure tour
In Title Case, please. We recommend using the name of the platform or environment, followed by a descriptive subtitle, e.g., AcmeVR: An Immersive Workspace for Collaborative Engineering Design)
Website describing the platform or environment
Must start with http:// or https://. This should be the official product or project website (if available), rather than the URL from which the platform/environment itself is accessed.
A one-paragraph description of your platform or environment and of what participants can expect/will do during the Guided Virtual Adventure tour (200 words max.), to be included in the conference program. The iLRN 2020 Organizing Committee reserves the right to edit for clarity and style.
Which of the following best describes the platform or environment that participants will tour during your proposed Guided Virtual Adventure?
a third-party XR/immersive platform with which I am familiar but did not develop
an XR/immersive platform that I or my institution/organization developed
a specific virtual environment that I my institution/organization developed within a third-party platform;
a specific virtual environment that someone else developed within a third-party platform
a specific virtual environment developed within a platform that I or my institution/organization developed
Are there any other papers or proposals associated with this Guided Virtual Adventure that have either been accepted or are under review for the conference?
No, but I will be presenting on another topic/project at the conference
If "Yes", please enter the EasyChair submission ID(s):
Separate multiple IDs with commas.
What is the target audience sector of the platform or environment?
Select all that apply.
Career/vocational and technical education
Corporate training / enterprise learning
Community health and/or patient education
Informal and/or lifelong learning
Why will the platform or environment be of interest and/or relevance to iLRN 2020 attendees?
Tour group “departure” (start) times you are able to offer (all on Sunday, June 21)
Select all that apply. We recommend at least 3, ideally spread throughout the day. You should allow 5 minutes after the start of the hour for participants to arrive before commencing the tour, and the tour MUST conclude no later than 55 minutes past the hour in order to give participants time to move to their next session. This means that the tour itself cannot exceed 50 minutes in duration.
0800 Los Angeles / 1600 London / 0000 Tokyo
0900 Los Angeles / 1700 London / 0100 Tokyo
1100 Los Angeles / 1900 London / 0300 Tokyo
1200 Los Angeles / 2000 London / 0400 Tokyo
1800 Los Angeles / 0200 London / 1000 Tokyo
1900 Los Angeles / 0300 London / 1100 Tokyo
2100 Los Angeles / 0500 London / 1300 Tokyo
2200 Los Angeles / 0600 London / 1400 Tokyo
Name/s of the person/s who will be leading each offering (start time) of the tour selected above. Please use one line per guide, and enter the information in the following format: Title, Last Name, First Name, Email, Institution/Organization, Country, [List of start times in Los Angeles time]. For example: Dr., Smith, Wendy,
, Acme Inc., United States, [0900, 1200, 2100, 2220]
Maximum size of each tour group
Excluding the tour guide(s)/leader(s)
Which of the following devices can be used to access the platform or environment?
Select all that apply.
Desktop/laptop - Windows
Desktop/laptop - Mac
Desktop/laptop - Linux or UNIX
Smartphone - iOS
Smartphone - Android
Smartphone - Windows
PC VR headset - Oculus Rift / Rift S
PC VR headset - HTC Vive/Vive Pro Series/Vive Cosmos Series
PC VR headset - Valve Index
PC VR headset - Windows Mixed Reality
Standalone VR headset - Oculus Quest
Standalone VR headset - Oculus Go
Standalone VR headset - Pico Neo/Neo 2/Neo 2 Eye
Standalone VR headset - Pico G2/G2 Pro/G2 4K
Standalone VR headset - HTC Vive Focus/Focus Plus
Standalone VR headset - Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream
Mobile VR headset - Samsung Gear VR
Mobile VR headset - Google Daydream
Mobile VR headset - Google Cardboard
AR smartglasses - Magic Leap One
AR smartglasses - Microsoft Hololens (1 or 2)
AR smartglasses - Nreal Light
How will attendees be able to access the platform or environment?
Select all that apply.
Download from Steam
Download from the Oculus Rift Store
Download from the Oculus Quest Store
Download from the Oculus Go Store
Download from HTC VIVEPORT
Download from the Microsoft Store / Windows Mixed Reality Portal
Download from the PlayStation Store
Download from Magic Leap World
Download from the Apple App Store
Download from Google Play
Download from a store on the Unity Distribution Portal (UDP)
Download from a website and install on a desktop/laptop computer
Download from a website and sideload to a headset
Download from a website and sideload to a mobile device
Accessible directly on YouTube VR
Accessible directly on Google Expeditions
Accessible directly via a standalone WebXR site
Is the platform or environment freely and openly accessible?
If not, how do you intend to provide access to participants?
Instructions for participants
Hardware and software requirements; what you would like them to do to prepare for the Guided Adventure; where they should meet you at the start of the session—e.g., in the virtual conference venue (strongly recommended if the platform/environment to be toured is primarily web-based or desktop accessible), join directly via your platform, etc.
Additional information/comments or special requests for the Conference Organizing Committee:
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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