Category: News

  • Kilo Hōkū VR Featured on Think Tech Hawaii

    Kilo Hōkū VR Featured on Think Tech Hawaii

    Kilo Hōkū VR was featured on Think Tech Hawaii‘s “Hawaii: State of Clean Energy” segment on November 11th, 2020. Host Mitch Ewan interviewed developer Patrick Karjala about the project, and what Kilo Hōkū VR is all about! Check out the segment here!

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  • Kilo Hōkū VR 1.0 Released on itch.io!

    Kilo Hōkū VR 1.0 Released on itch.io!

    The Kilo Hōkū team is excited to announce that Kilo Hōkū VR 1.0 is now available for download on itch.io! Kilo Hōkū VR is intended to help learners and practitioners of Native Hawaiian wayfinding to learn more about both the process of non-instrument navigation, as well as explore one of the most popular sailing canoes, […]

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  • Kilo Hōkū demoed at Polynesian Voyaging Society to Pwo navigator Nainoa Thompson

    Kilo Hōkū demoed at Polynesian Voyaging Society to Pwo navigator Nainoa Thompson

    The latest version of the Kilo Hōkū simulation was demonstrated at the February 8th Holiday Pāʻina of the Polynesian Voyaging Society.  There, Pwo navigator Nainoa Thompson laid out his vision of a new School of Voyaging, and the next steps for the Polynesian Voyaging Society. While demonstrating to crew and friends of the Polynesian Voyaging […]

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  • Kilo Hōkū featured on KHON 2 Wake Up 2Day

    Kilo Hōkū featured on KHON 2 Wake Up 2Day

    As part of Bishop Museum’s Wayfinders Weekend, February 3rd and 4th, the Kilo Hoku project was featured on KHON 2’s morning news segment, Wake Up 2Day! Bishop Museum to host Wayfinders Weekend Come and see us from 10 am to 3 pm at Bishop Museum on February 3rd and 4th.

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  • Kilo Hōkū at Bishop Museum February 3-4, 2018

    Kilo Hōkū at Bishop Museum February 3-4, 2018

    Kilo Hōkū will be featured at Bishop Museum in a special exhibition on Virtual Reality Wayfinding the weekend of February 3 and 4, 2018.  Visitors will be able to experience the second version of our application, which now features improved visuals and lighting. Come check us out! Bishop Museum

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