Entries by Ming Tang


CVG-HOLO – WAYFINDING HOLOGRAM PROJECT XR-Lab is working with Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), in collaboration with UC Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research, to Develop and demonstrate a wayfinding hologram. Evaluate the hologram signage’s performance to augment passengers’ wayfinding experience. Develop concepts of Concourse-B store renovation, integrating emerging digital technologies related to Extended […]

Wayfinding through VR

Use VR walkthrough for wayfinding research. Players’ routes, and walking behavior, such as head movement, are captured and evaluated. Credit: restaurant designed by Eian Bennett. More info on the wayfinding and Egress at the simulated DAAP building can be found here.  

Cloud-based Digital Twin

Clients are one click away from interacting with a Digital Twin model on their personal devices. No installation is required. Demonstration of XR-Lab’s project on cloud-based Digital Twin(DT), accessible through mobile devices. Multiple users can interact with a complicated DT model through touch screens. Clients do not need to install apps and can access the […]

Kao Metaverse

The University of Cincinnati, through its Digital Futures complex, will work collaboratively with the UC Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research, Lindner College of Business, UC DAAP XR-Lab, and Kao to develop concepts and a minimum viable product for a Jergens virtual tanning experience called the ‘Glowverse.’ KAO-STP-Glowverse VR retail project. GLOWVERSE VIRTUAL SPA […]

Solar System in VR

Extended Reality 3D Model Application in Space Exploration and Planetary Habitation   Developed by Mikhail Nikolaenko. Student, XR-Lab fellow, University of Cincinnati. Summary: This research project incorporates the use of data science, astronomy, and VR to create a visually interactive learning tool for students, academics, enthusiasts, and professionals alike to learn about areas of space exploration that […]