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Senior Virtual Reality Research Scientist

Dr. Angelina Dayton is a virtual reality user experience designer, speaker, consultant, and trainer at Previously, Dr. Dayton worked with the American Indian Resource Center as a virtual reality specialist to equip and train predominantly native schools in rural Oklahoma and Arizona. She has put more than 10,000 students into VR. Angelina has degrees in Education from Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and the University of the Pacific and a degree in American Indian Studies from Northeastern State University. She is the mother of seven amazing children aged 11 to 28 years old and is a children’s magician in her spare time. She works as a research scientist assisting VWS in investigating, evaluating and assessing the adoption of virtual reality.