Two installations using Microsoft Hololens Bubble MOMO
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Entries by Ming Tang
use eye tracking to measure the attention and gaze of a viewer on construction sequence. The construction was made in Prof. Tang’s second year SAID class.
study on eye-tracking for way-finding. The building on fire is UC DAAP building. The color represent fixation duration, and gaze count.
This is a prototype page for UI designed for MSB project usign mobile devices VR and AR. Animated Heart by Ming Tang on Sketchfab
The VR project for medical model. Animated heart. magic school bus project at the University of Cincinnati.
Ming Tang and Mara Marcu’s project “Augmented Coral” is exhibited at t he Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) 2017 Conference at MIT. Boston, MA. Nov.2-4. 2017. The project is also published in the In Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) 2017 Conference proceeding. Mara Marcu presented the project at […]
Our project has been shortlisted to for a 2018 Crystal Cabin Award! Students and faculty at the University of Cincinnati and the Live Well Collaborative developed the Virtual Assistant, Boeing Onboard, in the Spring of 2017. Boeing Onboard is a virtual assistant combined with a holographic interface which all passengers have access to onboard planes. […]
Hololens Test. Ming Tang, Mara Marcu. DAAP. UC
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for design research IASDR Conference Nov 2nd at 1:10 PM until 3:00 PM Room 6221, DAAP, University of Cincinnati With the recent development of head-mounted display (HMD), both Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are being reintroduced as Mixed Reality (MR) instruments into the design industry. It is never so easy for us […]
Our project “Augmented Coral” has been selected for inclusion in the ACADIA 2017 Proceedings. The project will be exhibited at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA on November 2-4, 2017 during the 2017 ACADIA conference.