Augmented Reality (AR)
The Israeli police will implement advanced training methods using XR in order to prepare for the next annual Lag Ba’Omer (Jewish religious holiday) pilgrimage to Mount Meron in Israel where 2 years ago, 45 people were killed in a stampede.
Immersive technologies and high-speed telecommunication standards are enabling new ways to work remotely.
In a significant advance for impactful technologies such as quantum optics and laser displays for AR/VR, Columbia Engineering’s Lipson Nanophotonics Group has invented the first tunable and narrow linewidth chip-scale lasers for visible wavelengths shorter than red.
The invention of the world wide web in 1989 eventually brought about life-changing tools for everyone who can access it.
Oversight is actively changing data management by embracing XR (Extended Reality) technology so that we can meet the challenges of data management in the modern world.
Prof. Zetian Mi’s team are the first to achieve high-performance, highly stable green micro-LEDs with dimensions less than 1 micrometer on silicon, which can support ultrahigh-resolution full-color displays and other applications.
Columbia engineers invent a flat lens that exclusively focuses light of a selected color—it appears entirely transparent until they shine a beam of light with the correct wavelength onto it, when the glass turns into a lens.
Deep-learning algorithms are enabling powerful video analytics. A practical use in manufacturing is monitoring human actions in manual operations. Some assemblies require specific torquing sequences, which can't always be tracked with traditional methods. AI-based Computer Vision advances quality management.
Article #3 of the Enabling IoT Series. This article looks at how Time of Flight (ToF) sensors are used for this purpose and are changing the way we can interact with VR, and other video technologies.
For real-time geo-registration, Oversight uses a physical engine and digital twins to make image matching algorithms more agnostic to variations.
Article #8 of Improving Lives with Digital Healthcare Series: Advancements in electronics have transformed the healthcare sector. The focus is on improving the experiences of users by utilizing cutting-edge technologies like advanced drug delivery systems, wearables, surgical robots, and more.
Article #6 of Improving Lives with Digital Healthcare Series: Immersive technologies enabled by modern sensing and connectivity systems can be effective pedagogical tools in making medical education safer, accessible, personalized, and engaging.
Using AR/VR technology, Oversight gives emergency responders the ability to literally SEE THROUGH WALLS and strengthens the connectivity between control rooms and field operators.
Accelerate design cycles. Lower development costs. Reduce waste.