Augmented Reality Presented at Show and TEL

Today KMi’s Paul Hogan gave a presentation on the augmented reality application he is developing for the October 2017 presentation of SK299 Human Biology. 

The app uses augmented reality to display a 3D model of a human heart in the users view that they can interact with. 

His presentation demonstrated the app in use along with some of the included features such as bluetooth connectivity that allows the student to connect their own heart rate monitor to the app to control the beat rate of the 3D model.  

The Show and TEL event is a platform for researchers and like minded people within the OU to get together to discuss and focus on research in TEL.