Mizzou Engineering made virtual museum now available in Oculus Rift Store
Mizzou Engineering students and faculty created a virtual museum now available on the Oculus Rift Store.
New lab brings photogrammetry, motion capture system to Mizzou Engineering
A new lab at Mizzou Engineering will give students access to the latest technology allowing them to turn images of large objects into 3D digital assets. It’s called the Collaborative Research Environment for Extended Reality, or…
Directors appointed to lead new IT program labs
Mizzou Engineering has created two new labs within the Information Technology Program designed to give students additional hands-on research opportunities.
Undergraduate Honors Research Fellowship Project ‘Fantastic Fit’ for IT Student
For Andrew Murphy, receiving an Undergraduate Honors Research Fellowship from Mizzou Engineering was an ideal way to finish out his senior year. The fellowship, which comes with a stipend, is designed to get undergraduates involved in engineering research. Murphy worked with Assistant Teaching Professor Fang Wang to develop a web portal and companion mobile app.
IT Students Create Virtual Gallery for Museum Collection
Mizzou Engineering students are putting the final touches on an interactive art exhibit that will allow visitors to view paintings without ever stepping inside a museum. The exhibit is being created digitally for a virtual reality (VR) experience.
IT Students to be Among First to Use New 5G Lab
Fifth-generation wireless technology is poised to transform our daily lives. How? That’s a question Mizzou researchers will begin investigating in an innovative new 5G lab opening on campus later this year.
VIRTUALHACKS VR-Focused Hackathon Starts Friday
Looking for something to do this weekend? Want a chance to win Corsair Gaming mechanical keyboard and an Oculus Quest 2 headset? Then you’ll want to check out the first-ever XR hackathon sponsored by Mizzou Engineering’s Virtual Reality Organization this weekend.
Students Create VR Software to Diagnose, Monitor Concussions
A group of Mizzou Engineering seniors are developing an innovative way to determine the severity of concussions. For their computer science capstone project, the students are designing software that would work with virtual reality goggles to allow users to diagnose and monitor head injuries.
Students Explore Virtual Reality Applications in VR Lab
About a dozen students from across campus got to experience various applications of virtual reality during a field trip to the VR Lab at Mizzou Engineering yesterday. Fang Wang, an assistant teaching professor in the Information Technology Program, and several of her students demonstrated the technology through projects they’ve worked on over the past couple of years.
Mizzou Engineers Help RJI Develop JSafe App
Computer Science students have developed an app to help female journalists document harassment. The JSafe app lets reporters store incident reports in a secure, cloud-based system. The app is a partnership between Mizzou Engineering, MU’s Reynolds Journalism Institute and the Coalition for Women in Journalism. The coalition is an international organization that provides support to female reporters.