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Session Name: Mixed Reality for Space Exploration
Speaker(s): Nathaniel Guy
Company Name(s): NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Track / Format: Innovation
Overview: At the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, developers are building a number of different applications that use mixed and virtual reality to change the way NASA explores space and sees the world. Using MR/VR applications, JPL's scientists and engineers can plan activities for the Mars Curiosity rover and analyze Martian geology while walking on a 3D reconstruction of the Martian surface. Engineers designing rovers and spacecraft can preview full-scale holographic prototypes before any parts are built. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station can use MR interfaces to receive virtual assistance from experts on the ground and work more efficiently. Other MR/VR projects support viewing Earth science data visualizations, robotic cave exploration, and more. This talk will present recent projects that leverage immersive technology to tackle unique visualization and interaction challenges, and discuss research that shows the beneficial effects of using MR to accomplish these tasks.

VRDC Fall 2017

Nathaniel Guy

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

free content

Innovation

Virtual / Augmented Reality