Cave Automatic Virtual Environments (CAVEs)

Wall-projected 3D worlds leveraging active stero displays can make the users feel like being physically present in large-scale immersive virtual scenarios

Cave Automatic Virtual Environments (CAVEs)

Wall-projected 3D worlds leveraging active stero displays can make the users feel like being physically present in large-scale immersive virtual scenarios

Consumer-Ready Virtual Reality

The availability of a huge number of mass-market headsets makes it possible to envision an incredibly large set of applications for room-/desktop-scale immersive virtual reality technology

Consumer-Ready Virtual Reality

The availability of a huge number of mass-market headsets makes it possible to envision an incredibly large set of applications for room-/desktop-scale immersive virtual reality technology

Wearable Interfaces

Suits, gloves, glasses and similar equipment can dramatically boost immersion, by letting users interact with virtual contents in a natural way while receiving realistic feedback from them

Wearable Interfaces

Suits, gloves, glasses and similar equipment can dramatically boost immersion, by letting users interact with virtual contents in a natural way while receiving realistic feedback from them

Augmented Reality

See-through technologies (mobile device screens, smart glasses, head-up and holographic displays, etc.) can “augment” the richness of real-life experiences through overlapped multi-sensorial interactive 3D contents

Augmented Reality

See-through technologies (mobile device screens, smart glasses, head-up and holographic displays, etc.) can “augment” the richness of real-life experiences through overlapped multi-sensorial interactive 3D contents

Motion Capture

Multi-tracking camera systems and wearable suits equipped with inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensors can be exploited to recreate human body animations required, e.g., in movies, video games, simulations, etc.

Motion Capture

Multi-tracking camera systems and wearable suits equipped with inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensors can be exploited to recreate human body animations required, e.g., in movies, video games, simulations, etc.

High-Fidelity Simulation

Inertial platforms, omni-directional treadmills and similar devices can enhance the fidelity of the simulation, by providing users with a virtual experience that is ever more similar to the real one

High-Fidelity Simulation

Inertial platforms, omni-directional treadmills and similar devices can enhance the fidelity of the simulation, by providing users with a virtual experience that is ever more similar to the real one

3D Reconstruction

Digitalization of built heritage takes place through 3D reconstruction of existing buildings, where geospatial data are a fundamental geometric input for modelling steps

3D Reconstruction

Digitalization of built heritage takes place through 3D reconstruction of existing buildings, where geospatial data are a fundamental geometric input for modelling steps

Building Information Modeling (BIM)

A work methodology based on interoperability and work sharing: this means less data shedding and greater optimization of the digitization process

Building Information Modeling (BIM)

A work methodology based on interoperability and work sharing: this means less data shedding and greater optimization of the digitization process

Industry 4.0

Virtual reality and related technologies are among the key components of so called “visual computing”, which will contribute at boosting productivity and efficiency in the fourth industrial revolution

Industry 4.0

Virtual reality and related technologies are among the key components of so called “visual computing”, which will contribute at boosting productivity and efficiency in the fourth industrial revolution

Human Movement Studies

Motion capture technology can support the collection, in both indoor (small-scale) and outdoor (large-scale) settings, of biomechanical data that are essential, e.g., in medicine, sport and rehabilitation applications

Human Movement Studies

Motion capture technology can support the collection, in both indoor (small-scale) and outdoor (large-scale) settings, of biomechanical data that are essential, e.g., in medicine, sport and rehabilitation applications