NO ALCOHOL here
UTS provided the area for the event and showed support to the new technology and innovation, the event brought together previously separate industries like: IT, telecoms, consumer electronics, media and entertainment with a blurring of lines as they become one conglomerate.
The event explores and accelerates Wearable Technology, Smart Devices and the Internet of Things.
What impressed me was the weird glasses, everyone here were wearing it and looks like a weirdo.
Someone steers wheel towards roll up banner
Someone held remote control to the air
Someone watched computer
Someone experienced it
If you have no idea what is VR, you may considering they may a group aliens from Space, VR is Virtual Reality, also known as immersive multimedia or computer-simulated reality, is a computer technology that replicates an environment, real or imagined, and simulates a user’s physical presence and environment in a way that allows the user to interact with it. Virtual realities artificially create sensory experience, which can include sight, touch, hearing, and smell.
You may ask that where it use for or how this technology could be use?
This is for 3D cartoon, while iPad close to the QD code the 3D cartoon characters could show more details about themselves. If this tech may use to produce encyclopaedia, such as botanical, animals, mineral; readers could see what does it look like, may also could observer how it grows. Its really fantastic.
I also saw AR (Augmented Reality) use on decoration, while they showed the colour card under the camera, the 3D model house will changed the colour to the one they want.
There were more technologies showing on the event, people can experience them. A new revolution is carrying on, making the world more convenient, communicable, memorable.
After this event I searched for the VR application in different areas, and I found Mayun has launched a team to research and development on B2C. Here is the advertisement about there VR product “BUY+”
more information on
Fei (2016). Virtual Reality Enhanced Robotic Systems for Disability Rehabilitation. Gallery. p. 49. ISBN 978-1466697409.