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Friday, January 11 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Janus: Motivations, Design, and Testing for a 360 Degree Vision Simulator

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Contemporary virtual reality systems enable academics to more efficiently explore and analyze complex three-dimensional (3D) content, but their utility is limited by visual short-term memory. Janus circumvents this cognitive limitation - of object/self movement - by dynamically rendering 3D scenes to fit entirely within the field-of-view of consumer head mounted displays. This simulated 360? vision tool allows academics to more readily engage in the exploratory analysis of complex 3D data.

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Matt Cook

Emerging Technologies Coordinator, University of Oklahoma
Matt Cook is Head of Emerging Technologies for University of Oklahoma Libraries. In that role, he has overseen the implementation of multiple, award-winning makerspaces and visualization facilities, while developing custom tools and systems to support research and instruction with... Read More →

Friday January 11, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
OMU Scholars Room (3rd Floor) Norman, OK 73069, USA

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