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Virtual reality film program earns national recognition

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A Utica Community Schools student film program that has earned national and international attention has received another prestigious award for its innovative use of new technology.

The Utica Center for Science and Industry’s virtual reality film making program is one of 22 projects honored this month through District Administration Magazine’s annual TechXcellence program.

 “This national recognition demonstrates again how effectively Utica Community Schools students are using the same virtual reality technology now transforming business and industry,” superintendent Dr. Christine Johns said. “Through innovation and teamwork, our students are creating impactful messages that are resonating with audiences at all levels.”


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