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14 May: Opening VR Lab interfacultair V/AR hub

11 April 2018
VR with Gear-VR
VR with Gear-VR

On 14 May the interfaculty V/AR Hub of the University of Groningen opens the Virtual Reality Lab (VR Lab) in the Reality Center of the CIT. The V/AR hub is a cooperation between the visualization center CIT, the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Spatial Sciences and the UMCG. Within the hub faculties works together with the use and making of V/AR applications. The VR Lab gives the opportunity to share knowledge, experiences of use and resources to learn how we could use VR and AR in Education and Research.

You are invited to join us for the opening of the VR Lab. Join the Hub!

  • 14 May 2018 15:30 - 17:00
  • CIT Smitsborg, Nettelbosje 1 Groningen

Program

15:30 – 16:15     Opening VR Lab

  • 3D field archaeology? Research and teaching perspectives – Prof. dr. Peter Attema
  • Virtual Campus: a student workshop in VR – Dr. ir. Gerd Weitkamp

16:15 – 17:00     Drinks with demonstrations in the VR Lab

If you have any questions concerning the opening of the VR Lab or the V/AR hub please contact Gert-Jan Verheij.

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