How to feel immersed in an earthquake

VuePod-The-VR-3D-Booth

Get into the Heart of an Earthquake with Virtual Reality Booth

Engineers will now be able to explore the inaccessible and the most remote locations in the world. They will also be able to monitor the effects of earthquakes. All this is possible with virtual reality technology. A 3D virtual reality immersive booth will take the viewers into remote regions which are struck by natural disasters. If you want to know how to get into the heart of an earthquake, you can have a look at this post. VuePod- The VR 3D Booth. Researchers have created the VuePod using 12 HD displays. The VuePod lets users to walk through, fly over or hover above 3D surroundings which are difficult to visit normally. Dan Ames, civil engineering professor at the Brigham Young University in Utah, has led the team of engineers to create this VR system. The VuePod is also able to track the degradation of landscape and buildings over time. ….[READ]

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