Entries by Ming Tang

UC Digital Futures Building Grand Opening

Big thanks to all faculties and students involved in helping the Digital Futures Building grand opening!  XR-Lab presented research projects on the Grand Opening day on 09/23 to hundreds of guests, along with more than 20 Labs at UC  Digital Futures Building. We are very proud to be a member of this striving research community. We look forward […]

4oA conference & demo

We presented “Leverage technology to enhance the future of aging” and demonstrated the EVRTALK project at the O4A 2022 conference in Columbus, Ohio, on 10/20. 2022 o4a Annual Conference for Ohio’s Aging & Disability Network October  20-21, 2022 Location: Hilton Easton Columbus, OH     Please check out our COA’s EVERtalk project presentation and live demo […]


It is my great pleasure to join the leadership team of the Institute for Research in Sensing (IRiS) at UC. The Institute for Research in Sensing (IRiS) is an interdisciplinary research institute focused on novel routes to innovation in sensing research and sensor technology development through purposeful integration of STEM and non-STEM perspectives, including basic and […]

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Simulation

VR-based Employee Safety Training. Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Simulation  Grant: Virtual Reality for Employee Safety Training. Phase I. Sponsored research by the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. PI. Ming Tang. $16,631. Period: 6.2022- 09.2022. Virtual Reality for Employee Safety Training.Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Simulation-Phase II.  Sponsored research by the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. PI. Tang. $22,365. Period: […]

Visual Impairment Sim

Our research team at the Live Well Collaborative created a Visual Impairment Simulation VR prototype to simulate glaucoma vision and peripheral vision loss in 2021. Glaucoma comprises a group of glaucomatous optic nerve damage and visual field loss disorders. It is a significant cause of blindness in the United States and is the most common cause […]