Immersive 3D Virtual Reality
Production and implementation of immersive software and hardware systems.
The immersive hardware and software system (IHSS) - a set of hardware and software for immersing into virtual, mixed or augmented reality. Virtual reality (VR) also known as immersive multimedia or computer-simulated reality, is a computer technology that replicates an environment, real or imagined, simulates a user's physical presence and environment to allow for user interaction.
Virtual reality can artificially create a sensory experience, including sight, touch, sound, and smell. Most of up-to-date virtual reality is displayed either on a computer monitor or with a virtual reality headset (also called head-mounted display) and some simulations include additional sensory information and focus on real sound through speakers or headphones targeted towards VR users. Some advanced haptic systems now include tactile information, generally known as force feedback which can be used in educational, medical, military and gaming applications.
Immersive helmet-mounted display systems for piloting and management of aircrafts and spacecrafts, robotic devices and vehicles. The telepresence based on the use of immersive systems provide a solution to the relevant tasks to improve efficiency and reliability of the natural (visceral) human interaction with spacecraft, drone, robots and vehicles. 3D panoramic visual perception and tactile feedback assists the operator to feel immersed in the controlled object’s environment and to perform the necessary actions. The operator will work in a remote environment most efficiently at a “real” immersion.
The development of the immersive interface depends on the psychological and pedagogical factors impacting the intensive training process in simulated environments.
The immersive environments designing on the conceptually new software platform lets us approach educational and training process from the needs of the professional reality.
Creation and implementation of immersive education technology
The immersive technology raises the learning process and results to incredible heights that we could hardly previously dream about.
3D- and full-scale VR-space models immerse a person deeply into the subject being studied. In particular cases the immersion is the only possibility to observe some phenomena in the dangerous environments or to take part in risky experiments.
How Immersive VR actually works
Mind blown by VR headsets? The tech tricks your brains. How does wearable tech make you think you're walking on Mars, admiring the Louvre masterpieces or riding on the Indian elephant, when you're actually at home about to bump into the kitchen stove.
Total immersion is what everyone making a VR headset, game or app is aiming towards - making the virtual reality experience so real that we forget the computer, headgear, accessories and act exactly as we would in the real world. So how do we get there?
The goal of the hardware is to create what appears to be a life size. 3D virtual environment without the boundaries we usually associate with TV or computer screens. So whichever way you look, the screen mounted to your face follows you. This is unlike AR which overlays graphics onto your view of the real world. Immersive headsets use the camcoders, two displays, the headphones, the microphone, the gyroscope, the eye and head tracking sensors that are partially offset the orientation problem in a new psychological space of virtuality.
Even with no audio or hand tracking, holding up Google Cardboard to place smartphone's display in front of your face can be enough to get you half-immersed a virtual world travelling. Without eye tracking, with everything in focus as you move your eyes - but not your head - around a scene, simulation sickness is more likely. Your brain knows that something doesn't match up.