Debut of Virtual Reality experience of the Birth of the Tongva People
BIRTHPLACE OF THE PEOPLE
A 14 minute 360/VR experience that illustrates the birth of the Tongva People on the site of Puvungna- what is now the CSULB campus. This one-of-a-kind experience created by students and faculty in the Anthropology Department, will be featured in the “Igloo” Cylindrical VR Theater, located in the CSULB Library’s
Gerald M. Kline Innovation Space.
The film will run continuously between 12pm and 2pm, with each viewing accommodating 20 viewers.
WORLD ANTHROPOLOGY DAY | FEBRUARY 20TH, 2020
Roundtable discussions with Scott Wilson (Anthropology), Cindy Alvitre (American Indian Studies) and Carly Lake (Artist) will take place at 12:30pm and 1:30pm, in the room adjacent to the Innovation Space.