Hopscotch Interactive Founder Emily Olman shows you how to scan with Matterport
Part 2 of A Beginners Guide to Matterport Scanning with San Francisco-based @Hopscotch Interactive Founder Emily Olman airs on WGAN-TV Live at 5 (5 pm EST | GMT -5) tonight, Wednesday, 29 November 2017.
If you just bought a Matterport Camera and want a quick start to scanning - or thinking about buying a Matterport Camera, this show is for you. (You can watch Part 1 above.)
Emily will show and tell us about how to scan:
✓ Trim Tools
✓ 3D Scan
✓ 3D Views
✓ known errors and issues
Plus, I will ask Emily about challenges she has experienced and how she solved them (by understanding how and why the Matterport Camera/Platform works).
To ask Emily questions, here's ...
About Hopscotch Interactive Founder Emily Olman
Emily Olman is a VR/AR evangelist, entrepreneur, and founder of Hopscotch Interactive, a 3D/VR/360°/AR content services company and Matterport Service Partner.
Hopscotch Interactive is based in the San Francisco Bay Area with operations in Northern and Southern Californiaand Berlin, Germany. Emily has been creating interactive experiences with the Matterport 3D Vision System since June 2015, and has shot in North America, Asia, and Europe.
In addition to her work with Hopscotch Interactive, Olman promotes career development for VR/AR industry professionals in her role as Co-President of the VR/AR Association San Francisco Chapter.
The VR/AR Association (VRARA) is an international organization designed to foster collaboration between innovative companies and people in the virtual reality and augmented reality ecosystem. The San Francisco chapter regularly holds chapter events and participates in numerous industry conferences throughout the year to support its 50+ members and partners.
Olman’s early career was distinguished by monetizing new media in media sales roles for Electronic Gaming Monthly, Computer Gaming World, Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine, Expert Gamer, Newtype USA Magazine, ADV Films, and The Anime Network.
She is an alumna of the Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program for Transatlantic Leadership, and lived and worked in Berlin, Germany for several years before returning to the Bay Area in 2015.
She is currently a Board Director for the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association and chairs the Regional Events Committee. As chair she organizes transatlantic events around the world with the fellowship’s alumni. She holds a B.A. from Scripps College, Claremont, and an M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley. She lives in Kensington, CA with her husband and two children.