virtual reality (VR)
Immersive technologies and high-speed telecommunication standards are enabling new ways to work remotely.
The role-playing game “On the Plane” simulates xenophobia to foster greater understanding and reflection via virtual experiences.
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.
Axl Chen is the founder and CEO of Surplex, a new full-body tracking technology company aiming to change the gaming industry and professional sports.
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.
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 #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.
Virtual and augmented reality are becoming increasingly useful for manufacturing, maintenance, construction and surveying activities, but what good is an advanced immersive visual medium if you can’t use it for very long?
In this episode, we talk about how the introduction of scent can enhance the VR experience and phobia treatment along with an implementation of mixed reality for automotive development which promises a more efficient development flow.
Researchers have conducted a study that showed that nanolattices possess high spectral selectivity. Their layers can be used as color filters for specific wavelength ranges, and one glass plate can contain records of up to six layers.
Cornell Tech researchers have developed a mixed-reality (XR) driving simulator system that could lower the cost of testing vehicle systems and interfaces, such as the turn signal and dashboard.