Our virtual reality and augmented reality research unites departments and programs from across the entire institution.
Rochester—the University and the city—is uniquely poised to become an international leader in the realm of light and sound innovation.
Virtual reality and augmented reality are used in a variety of industries, from entertainment to education, health care to historic preservation.
Augmented reality lets students operate a chemical plant
An augmented reality (AR) light table and 3D-printed chemical reactors connected by sticks are part of an innovative teaching experiment that allows student engineers to simulate reactions in a real-life, sprawling chemical plant.Read More
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