What we learned from the Wake Forest University graduate who used Google Cardboard to create a 3D-printed virtual world

A Wake Forest graduate is using Google Cardboards to create an immersive virtual reality experience in his home.

The video is called “Ride with the Owl” and shows a young man walking on a path in the woods with a cardboard plane in hand.

When he sees a flying owl flying overhead, he starts to wonder if it is real or just an illusion.

He starts to explore the world around him, and the video is accompanied by music and narration.

When he takes off his goggles, the video starts to show a real owl flying.

The owl lands in front of a real house in the middle of the woods.

This is the Owl Cave, a virtual world that is created using Cardboards.

It is the result of a collaboration between two students at Wake Forest, who were inspired to create it after watching the YouTube video of a person walking through a forest with a virtual version of an owl.

The Owl Cave uses virtual reality headsets that allow users to interact with a 3-D model of a bird or other animal.

The owl appears in the real world and can fly, run, and perform various tasks.

It has been called the first virtual reality platform for students to experience the real-world environment.

The students say it allows them to experience what it’s like to be a student in the forest, which is something they have always dreamed of doing.

They also hope it can inspire students to explore their imaginations and explore the real worlds they are not normally exposed to.

They hope to create more immersive experiences for students in the future.

The Owls Flight from a virtual reality headsetThe Owl House in the Owl caveThe Owl Flyer, a 3d-printed owlThe Owl Caves virtual worldThe Owl Owl Cave and the Owl Flyers virtual worldAfter the Owl Cave video was released last year, it garnered nearly three million views.

The team of two students created the Owl House, a large, open space that is surrounded by a forest.

The Owl Cave is also open to visitors, but only when they pay a fee of $1.50 to access the virtual world.

The room can also be accessed by anyone with an Oculus Rift virtual reality head-mounted display.

The owls flight is created with a special headset called a Leap Motion LeapCam, which lets users use the virtual environment to navigate the 3D model.

The LeapCam is also used to track the movements of the owls legs and wings, which the team says is the first time that a real-life flight has been recorded in virtual reality.

The two students say they hope to develop more immersive virtual worlds in the coming years.

They also say the Owl Club will create a new virtual world every year that is designed to inspire students, and that this year they will be releasing a new one every week.

They are also planning to host other virtual worlds for other students.