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Publication by Mylène Moliner-Roy

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She contributed her expertise in 3D modeling and design to several cultural projects in Montreal before moving to Estrie, where she founded Vivace Architecte. Driven by the desire to create projects with a positive impact, her practice combines creation, social involvement and teaching. In particular, she teaches building data modeling and actively develops pedagogical applications of virtual reality in architecture.

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Published February 28, 2021

Immersive Virtual Reality: An Experiential and Professionalizing Pedagogical Approach

Dominic Carmichael IT Educational Advisor, Collégial du Séminaire de Sherbrooke
Mylène Moliner-Roy Teacher, Collégial du Séminaire de Sherbrooke

In the fall of 2019, Mylène Moliner-Roy taught Architectural Modeling and Presentation I for the very first time. In this course, her students learn computer-aided drafting with the Revit Architecture software program. Preparing a new course is always a good opportunity to update knowledge and integrate new technologies. During a presentation by Dominic Carmichael on the pedagogical potential of immersive virtual reality (IVR) with a head-mounted display, she felt compelled to integrate this technology into her teaching.

Building and Public Works Technology