The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Library and Pro Vice-Chancellor Education, open their new Extended Reality Exhibition this February 13th, looking at the newly developed immersive learning experiences from UNSW.
The projects will be on show for attendees to try for themselves, offering a glimpse into the potential applications for mixed reality technology in a range of industries;
“This suite of Virtual and Augmented Reality experiences, designed for the classroom, provide students with opportunities to engage with their disciplines in innovative and inspiring ways through experience-based learning.
These ‘XR Learning Objects’ connect to an Immersive Data Analytics Dashboard that visualises interactive and spatial data as meaningful learning measurements which academics can track in real time. Included in the exhibition are VR experiences for teaching language which are among the world’s first created for use outside of the STEM disciplines.”
The interactive exhibit is one of the best opportunities to get hands-on with some of the most cutting edge mixed reality research being conducted domestically. So be sure to head along to the opening night on February 13th to try the projects with your own hands.