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CIT Academy | Workshop Virtual and Augmented Reality, 3D and GEO | 14 June 2018

24 May 2018
Reality Theatre
Reality Theatre

Want to know which VR/AR/3D and GEO tools are available and most suitable for your research or education? Register for our workshop, exchange ideas with colleagues and learn how to work with the tools and facilities in one day.

  • For teachers and researchers
  • Thursday 14 June 09.30 – 15.00
  • CIT Smitsborg, Nettelbosje 1 Groningen

Content of the workshop

You will get to try different head mount displays, 360 degrees video, zSpace, the GEO map table, the Reality Cube and the Reality Theatre. At the end of the afternoon there is a brainstorming session to see how you could use it in your education or research and what further steps can be taken.

At the end of the course you:

  • have an overview of the VR/AR/3D and GEO tools and facilities available at the University of Groningen;
  • know the possibilities of the various tools and facilities;
  • can estimate which tool or facility is most suitable for your research or educational purposes.
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