Virtual and Augmented Reality

UDRI researcher working with virtual reality imagery

Redefining how Reality is Seen and Applied

UDRI researchers are developing Mixed Reality (MR) technology to project digital information onto the real world. By integrating off-the-shelf 2D laser projectors and 3D Laser Imaging, Detection, and Ranging (LIDAR) sensors, UDRI’s MR technology dynamically maps synthetic data onto real environments. Future phases will allow a flashlight-like system to reveal digital objects in the real world, in real time, wherever the “flashlight” is pointed.

One application of UDRI’s MR technology projects digital information over real world environments to enable visual verification of the placement and alignment of objects. This technology has direct practical application in training, inspection, construction, manufacturing, and a range of other sectors.

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