VR Games

As with any motion-related entertainment, some people may be susceptible to unexpected side-effects during the VR session. Should you feel uneasy at any point, we ask that you stop the VR session and inform a staff member promptly.

The optimal VR experience requires users to move their head and neck, and have use of at least one hand to interact with the environment.  We can accommodate most skill, mobility and cognitive levels for a range of guests, and our facility and all VR stations are wheelchair accessible. However, be sure to consult your doctor before using visiting if you have pre-existing serious medical conditions (such as a heart ailment), conditions that affect your ability to safely perform physical activities, psychiatric conditions (such as anxiety disorders or post-traumatic stress disorder), or if you are pregnant or elderly. You should avoid visiting Virtual Sports if you are sick, fatigued, under the influence of intoxicants/drugs, or are not feeling generally well, as it may exacerbate your condition.

BEGINNER

  • Blueshift (demo)
  • Cloudlands VR Minigolf
  • The Cubicle
  • Death Dojo (early access)
  • Destinations (early access)
  • Google Earth
  • In Mind
  • Job Simulator (fan favorite)
  • The Lab (fan favorite, staff favorite)
  • Nightmare Grotto (locally made, staff favorite)
  • The Rose and I
  • Smashbox Arena (multiplayer, staff/fan favorite)
  • Spellfighter
  • Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine (demo)
  • Team Fortress 2: Surgeon Simulator
  • Tilt Brush
  • To the Top
  • Tutorial
  • Waltz of the Wizards

INTERMEDIATE

  • Acan’s Call
  • Audio Shield (staff favorite)
  • Belko VR: An Escape Room Experiment
  • The Bellows (demo, staff favorite)
  • Fantastic Contraption
  • Knockout League
  • Proton War
  • Rec Room (multiplayer)

ADVANCED

  • Arizona Sunshine (multiplayer, staff and fan favorite)
  • Budget Cuts (demo)
  • Compound (demo)
  • Onward
  • Raw Data (multiplayer, staff favorite)
  • Vanishing Realms

Configuring Zoom

By Lin Laurie

Zoom is our online meeting tool. It works well if you know how to work with it. Here are instructions for new users to perform prior to attending their first zoom meeting. They should follow these instructions prior to first use or if they haven’t attended a zoom session in a month or more.

Using Zoom Successfully

These instructions are for new users.

Prior to your first Zoom meeting, or if you haven’t attended on in a month or longer, perform these steps to guarantee a great audio experience

1. Click on the link to your zoom meeting.

2. When you see the zoom icon at the bottom of your taskbar, click on it to test the audio options.

3. If you don’t get the option to test them directly, once in the meeting, you can hover your mouse over the bottom of the screen to see the options, and then click the arrow to the right of the Mute icon.

4. Select Audio Options.

5. Click the hypertext link “Test Computer Mic & Speakers” to begin testing your computer’s audio components.

Testing the Speaker

1. Click the Test Speaker button and verify that you can hear the speaker and you like the volume setting.

2. You can change it if you want to turn it up or down by using the slider button.

3. Click Stop when you are satisfied with your settings.

Testing the Audio

1. Click The Test Mic button and speak into the direction of your computer’s mic, (assuming you are connecting via VOIP.

2. After you speak, the test will play back the recording of your audio test and you can use the slider to adjust your audio settings.

Once you are happy with your settings and everything works successfully, you can close the Test Audio dialog box and exit the software until it is time for your meeting to begin.

Session 2: Introducing SharePoint – Oct 21st (Free Webinar)

For more information about the Saturday Series, go to The Saturday Series

October 21st from 10 AM to Noon PST

SharePoint is a collaborative environment that allows teams to share and manage documents across internet and intranets, and is popular in most top companies.

Learn how to navigate around in it, how to check files in and out, delete and add files, and some of its other basic functionality. This session will show you some other skills that will help you when you first use SharePoint. You should take this class if you’ve never seen a SharePoint site or if you want to increase your understanding of how they function.

Register here.

These classes will be open to STC National so you will need to sign-up quickly using Eventbrite, and because seating is limited, if you decide that you can’t attend, please release your ticket so someone else can attend in your place.