Immersive environment showing stellar remnants thousands of light-years away
An immersive environment showing stellar remnants thousands of light-years away. Purdue University Assistant Professor Danny Milisavljevic developed new technology, the first of its kind that allows connection by students in different locations, in which his students use virtual reality headsets to explore space.
[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grant AST 2037297.]
Learn more in the Purdue University news story Flying among the stars: Purdue University professor using virtual reality to teach astronomy. (Date image taken: 2021; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: July 20, 2021)
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