VRAC Experience – Interested in learning more about the work that goes on inside VRAC? The VRAC Experience public tour offers participants a chance to learn about the unique research facilities at VRAC and HCI and how we use them as research tools. The presentation also explains how 3D virtual reality (VR) works and how graphics technology has evolved over the past decade. Several 3D enabled demonstrations will show how VR is being used to conduct research.
3D enabled applications shown typically include crowd favorites such as navigating The Virtual Universe or exploring the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier. Other applications shown vary and may include applications focusing on medical exploration, industrial design, or military training.
These tours are free and open to the public, but we ask that you RSVP since seating is limited.
Upcoming “VRAC Experience” demonstrations.
|* Sorry – we are done with scheduled tours and will have more posted here shortly. Please contact our office if you have a large group to schedule in the interim.||* Tour times and dates are subject to change.
The Howe Hall Auditorium seats 230 people, so reservations are requested.