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Google Immerse VR | Racial Identity: Clayton’s Story 360º VR Video

Google Immerse VR videos investigate race, diversity, and identity by exploring how real people interact with the world and how the world interacts with them. Experience the other Google Immerse VR videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL590L5WQmH8c8AJGzN1laCvgUXFqDb9um

Join Clayton, a Diversity Business Partner at Google, as he reflects on the messages he’s received about race and unconscious bias within and around him. Clayton shares: “Whiteness to me means seeing that I have real work to do with other white folks for us to as much as we can, strip off the blinders.”

Stand shoulder to shoulder in Virtual Reality with Clayton as he discusses his journey to understand his racial identity and travels to his childhood homes of St. Louis, MO, and Ashley, IL, and to his current home of San Francisco, CA.

Made in partnership with Light Sail VR.
Part 3 of 3 in the Google Immerse VR racial identity series.

Featuring:

Clayton Robbins
and John Harry “Cayenne” Bonck, Carl Crossgrove, Jack Davis, Tim Lubic, K Morris, Matthew Simmons, Ricardo Villalobos

Light Sail VR Team:

Director – Matthew Celia
Producer – Robert Watts
Writer – Katherine Celia
Cinematography – Keith Lancaster
Editors – Chris Willett, Matthew Celia
Original Music – Dimitri Smith
Guitar Soloist – Kevin Enstrom
Cello Soloist – Katt Newlon
Production Manager – Jason Huddleston
Production Sound Mixer – Gabe Ruggiero
VFX – Occlusion VFX
Post Production Sound – Empty Sea Audio
Supervising Sound Editor – Mark Camperell, MPSE
Re-Recording Mixer – Michael O’Connor
Sound Editor – Michael O’Connor
Colorist – Arianna Shinning Star Pane at Velem

Google Immerse Team:

Google Immerse Founder – Gina Rudan
Google Immerse Executive Producer & Program Manager – Jeffrey Breau
Google Immerse Executive Producers – Liza Patnoe, Dominique Mungin, Ragland Williamson
Executive Producer – Hunter Johnson
Google Immerse Communications – Sarah Choi

With Special Thanks to:

Courtney Bass, Katie Gilmartin, Jose Guzman Colon, Carrie Ellis, Dianne Hackett, Audrey Harris, Jen Mayer Sandoval, Dan Nicoletta, K. Jennifer Oki, Rosa Villalobos, David Weaver, Mark Wyn, Jovian Zayne; Nilka Thomas, Dr. Myosha McAfee and the Google Diversity & Inclusion Team; Peter Lubbers, Jamie Baughman and Google Developer Studio; Google People Development Team; Google Computer Science Education in Media; Sarah Steele, Joe Szopa and the Jump Team; Oona King, Stephen Golden and the YouTube Diversity & Inclusion Team; Erin Teague and the YouTube VR Team; Xpedition Media; The City of Ashley, IL; The City of St. Louis, MO; The City and County of San Francisco, CA

Made on:

Jump

Channel: Google
Published: 2017-03-01 19:13:34
Duration: 5M10S
Views: 20168
Likes: 452
Favorites: 0

Google Earth: Saroo’s Search

Saroo Brierley found his childhood home after being lost for 25 years. Follow along as Saroo walks through just how he did it.
Channel: Google
Published: 2016-11-21 20:16:18
Duration: 2M26S
Views: 744016
Likes: 12425
Favorites: 0

Google Immerse VR | Racial Identity: Exploring Race 360º VR Video

Google Immerse VR videos investigate race, diversity, and identity by exploring how real people interact with the world and how the world interacts with them. Experience the other Google Immerse VR videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL590L5WQmH8c8AJGzN1laCvgUXFqDb9um.

Join two Googlers on their journeys to more deeply understand their racial identity. Google’s Diversity and Inclusion experts help guide the experience, with prompts like: “We all see race… it’s whether or not you choose to embrace it… It might be scary and it might be really, really uncomfortable, but the journey is worthwhile.”

Stand shoulder to shoulder in Virtual Reality with Dezzie, a UX Designer at Google, and Clayton, a Diversity Business Partner at Google, and explore their experiences with race and identity as you travel with them to their childhood homes, to the Google offices where they work, and around the cities of Paris and San Francisco.

Made in partnership with Light Sail VR.
Part 2 of 3 in the Google Immerse VR Racial Identity series.

Featuring:

Dezzie Dimbitsara and Clayton Robbins
with Daisy Auger-Dominguez, Elizabeth Curtis, Michelle Ho, Laura Marquez, Victor Scotti, Jr.
and
Courtney Bass, Emilie Bequignat , John Harry “Cayenne” Bonck, Carl Crossgrove, Jack Davis, Benjamin Gaulon, Ilana, Alexandra Labourel, Elizabeth Lowe-Hunter, Tim Lubic, Nora, Matthew Simmons, Hanna Thedros, Ricardo Villalobos

Light Sail VR Team:

Director – Matthew Celia
Producer – Robert Watts
Writer – Katherine Celia
Cinematography – Keith Lancaster
Editors – Maria Lauret, Chris Willett, and Matthew Celia
Original Music – Dimitri Smith
Guitar Soloist – Kevin Enstrom
Cello Soloist – Katt Newlon
Production Manager – Jason Huddleston
Production Coordinator, France – Guillaume Marchant
Production Sound Mixer – Gabe Ruggiero
Production Sound, New York – Jesse James Malings
VFX – Occlusion VFX
Post Production Sound – Empty Sea Audio
Supervising Sound Editor – Mark Camperell, MPSE
Re-Recording Mixer – Michael O’Connor
Sound Editor – Michael O’Connor
Colorist – Arianna Shinning Star Pane at Velem

Google Immerse Team:

Google Immerse Founder – Gina Rudan
Google Immerse Executive Producer & Program Manager – Jeffrey Breau
Google Immerse Executive Producers – Liza Patnoe, Dominique Mungin, Ragland Williamson
Executive Producer – Hunter Johnson
Google Immerse Communications – Sarah Choi
Support from – Google Computer Science Education in Media

With Special Thanks to :

Florence Aknin, Katie Gilmartin, Jose Guzman Colon, Carrie Ellis, Dianne Hackett, Audrey Harris, Jen Mayer Sandoval, K Morris, Dan Nicoletta, K. Jennifer Oki, Rosa Villalobos, David Weaver, Mark Wyn, Jovian Zayne; Nilka Thomas, Dr. Myosha McAfee and the Google Diversity & Inclusion Team; Peter Lubbers, Jamie Baughman and Google Developer Studio; Google People Development Team; Google Computer Science Education in Media; Sarah Steele, Joe Szopa and the Jump Team; Oona King, Stephen Golden and the YouTube Diversity & Inclusion Team; Erin Teague and the YouTube VR Team; Xpedition Media; Le Pigalle Cafe, Paris, France; San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA); SNCF France and SNCF Nevers; Woods Communications; The City of Ashley, IL; The City of Clamecy, France; The City of Nevers, France; The City of Paris, France; The City and County of San Francisco, CA; The City of St. Louis, MO; Google San Francisco, New York, and Paris

Made on:

Jump

Channel: Google
Published: 2017-02-28 00:26:50
Duration: 15M1S
Views: 32995
Likes: 715
Favorites: 0

Machine Learning: Solving Problems Big, Small, and Prickly

From helping farmers in Japan sort cucumbers to helping doctors in India diagnose eye disease, machine learning is changing the way people — inside and outside of Google — use code to solve problems and improve lives.

Google engineers and researchers (in order of appearance): Maya Gupta, Jeff Dean, Jay Yagnik, Francoise Beaufays, John Giannandrea, Fernando Pereira, Dana Movshovitz-Attias, Rajat Monga, Lily Peng

More on Machine Learning at Google :
Blog: http://research.google.com/pubs/ArtificialIntelligenceandMachineLearning.html
G+ page: https://plus.google.com/+ResearchatGoogle
Twitter: https://twitter.com/googleresearch
Machine Learning and Deep Neural Nets Explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHvf7Tagt18

Channel: Google
Published: 2016-12-08 01:33:42
Duration: 5M20S
Views: 177658
Likes: 4106
Favorites: 0

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