Porsche Engineering is breaking new ground by using game engines from the gaming industry as well as artificial intelligence to develop new, intelligent vehicles of the future.
A virtual reality trial of the impact of nature versus art provides a guideline for how simulated environments should be designed for the well-being of humankind.
Scientists want to make walking and cycling more attractive again with the help of virtual reality and the appropriate infrastructure in the real world.
According to German psychologists, visualization can help users of smart-ho
In human history, our travel habits have changed enormously. I think that we are on the cusp of a new breakthrough. COVID-19, our awareness of […]
Virtual Reality – as in, immersion in a strange world. Be that sitting in a racing car and competing against other drivers, or going around […]
Advances in the field of augmented and virtual reality enable users to have ever-more realistic experiences. Just recently, a computer scientist at the University of […]
Every Star Trek fan has probably had the same wish. A holodeck where you can create your own worlds. And even if they are only […]
Climate change has made weather events more extreme and unpredictable. Risks from natural hazards have been increasing. Dealing with the risk requires communication between different […]
Each week we take a look with EV specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra at what caught his eye on topical issues or what […]
Holograms are part of everyday life in science fiction films and series such as Star Trek. On Captain Picard’s ‘Enterprise’ or on the ‘USS Voyager’, […]
Virtual reality is also providing new opportunities in police training. In the Shotpros project, psychology-based training scenarios are being developed in order to improve decision-making […]
Whether virtual reality or VR work for the user must be tested. This often requires complex laboratory tests. But recently, the Göttingen computer scientist Dr. […]
Surgical procedures always pose a risk. Moreover, x-ray imagery or data from CT or MRT do not reveal everything. A research project led by the […]
After Virtual and Augmented Reality, now there is Sensory Reality. SENSIKS, a Rosmalen based tech company has developed the Sensory Reality Pod. A cabin in […]
The largest VR Center in Europe will be opening on the seventh floor of the Veemgebouw on Strijp-S today. At a whopping 3000 square metres, the space will […]
During Dutch Design Week, e52 will be introducing you to the festival’s Hidden Gems. Nine special designers who we feel are the stand-outs of this […]