Engineers are used to looking at schematics and data sets, but what if there was a way to take those data points and visualise them in a completely immersive way?
Imagine being able to do a walk-through of a building before construction even begins. Or create replicas of assets to see where faults occurred and why.
Data arenas, like the one at University of Technology Sydney, let you do just that. It’s a 360 degree, 3D stereoscopic, interactive data visualisation facility that is being used by engineers to visualise and experience data sets like never before.
Experience it for your self and learn more about how engineers are using this space at the upcoming Australian Engineering Conference. To learn more and to register, click here.