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Gateway students building virtual reality computer for use at Monroeville library

| Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, 3:33 p.m.
Gateway School District teens build a virtual reality computer to be made available for use at the Monroeville Public Library. Custom built by the group in an after-school program at the library, the high-end desktop computer features one of the most advanced virtual reality machines on the market. Applications include video games, 3D art and design applications. Zac Luchette and Wyatt Oliver are shown working on sections of the motherboard with Kaycee Tokarsky, 14, and Alexander Smith,16 on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Gateway School District teens build a virtual reality computer to be made available for use at the Monroeville Public Library. Custom built by the group in an after-school program at the library, the high-end desktop computer features one of the most advanced virtual reality machines on the market. Applications include video games, 3D art and design applications. Zac Luchette and Wyatt Oliver are shown working on sections of the motherboard with Kaycee Tokarsky, 14, and Alexander Smith,16 on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018.

Gateway School District teens are building a virtual reality computer to be made available for use at the Monroeville Public Library.

Custom built by the group in an after-school program at the library, the high-end desktop computer features one of the most advanced virtual reality machines on the market. Applications include video games, 3D art and design applications.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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