Tucked away in an unassuming room on Kennesaw State University’s campus is a device that can help researchers study black holes, better understand microscopic organisms and even learn to fly.
KSU's multidisciplinary Immersive Visualization Environments lab houses an 8-foot-tall curved screen that uses multiple projectors to cast a large enough image to immerse the user in a virtual reality scape without wearing goggles. A video demo can make the user feel as though they’re riding a rollercoaster, falling into a swirling, rainbow-colored whirlpool or rocketing through space.
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