Space Devices with Boise State's NASA SUITS Team
The Discovery Center of Idaho is thrilled to present a special virtual presentation with Boise State University's NASA SUITS Team, diving into their four years of research developing ARSIS (Augmented Reality Space Informatics Systems). Their team will share their process and do a live demonstration of it in action!
Enjoy this FREE Virtual Program while the Discovery Center is closed for an exhibition change!
Date: Thursday, October 15th
Time: 12pm MST
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SUITS, or Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students is an annual challenge hosted by NASA to build AR software prototypes that can help improve autonomy, spatial awareness, communication and navigation for astronauts on EVA’s. In answer to this challenge, our team has spent the last four years developing ARSIS (Augmented Reality Space Informatics System) which leverages Augmented and Virtual Reality to create a telepresence communication system between the astronaut and mission control.
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