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When it comes to viewing complex 3D structures such as the make up of a cell or other molecular objects Virtual and Augmented Reality allows viewers to get closer than ever before. Virtual reality has made quite a significant impact within research of all areas. VR and AR allow scientists to visualise data that would otherwise have been presented on a flat computer screen. By immersing viewers within the virtual environment, it is possible to simplify complex ideas and scientific concepts, giving the user greater understanding and increasing the level of information they retain.
Immersive experiences we create include:
- 360 Video for Research
- Mobile Augmented Reality for Research
- Hololens Augmented Reality for Research
- HTC Vive Virtual Reality for Research
- Oculus Rift Virtual Reality for Research
- Oculus Go Virtual Reality for Research
It has always been a challenge to present scientific information to the greater community without it becoming lost in translation. Virtual and Augmented Reality is able to take abstract concepts and present them to an audience in a way that is interactive and offers many different angles of interpretation. Imagine being able to view the inside of the human body at the molecular level or being blasted off to the edge of the solar system to study asteroids. All this possible with opportunities created by immersive technologies in the various fields of science.
Example applications of this technology include:
- Simulations which demonstrate various physics theories in practice
- The ability to immerse users in a outer space environment to study astronomy
- 3D Data visualisation with added ability to create cause and effect responses using adjustable/interactive variables
- Visualisation of the effects of pharmaceutical drugs on the body
- Chemical sandboxes to teach chemistry in a fun, safe and interactive way
- Exposing subjects to different experiences and environments in order to test biological responses
With virtual and augmented reality there is a greater possibility for cross collaboration between the various disciplines of the sciences. This will hopefully aid researchers in the discovery of new technologies, theories, applications and solutions to complex problems. Let us be your research partner in the field of virtual reality as we explore the many applications of immersive experiences.