OUSA Conference 2016 Gets Augmented Reality Presentation

Last Saturday Mobile Applications Developer from KMi, Paul Hogan gave a 45 minute presentation on KMi’s work with Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) to students attending the 2016 Open University Students Asscociation Conference.

Paul’s presentation was well received and gave a detailed insight into the applications he has developed allowing students to see how the University will be using this technology in the future.

Of particular interest to the students was the application currently being developed to complement an upcoming module on the human circulatory system.  This application presents the user with a anatomically correct 3D heart complete with beat annimations, label identifications, blood flow and audio.

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Discussing label identifications
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Heart discussion