We can help you get started in the Vislab. We'll look at the best way your specialist applications or datasets can work in 3D.
The Vislab is gaining interest across all disciplines and we're engaging in so many ways:
- Interactive demonstrations to student groups: we hold regular demonstration sessions to showcase the space, including demonstrating student-created content from the Education, Creative Arts and Urban Planning disciplines.
- Learning about stereoscopic vision: students from Creative Arts explored how humans perceive vision, a history of stereoscopic content, and learned the fundamentals of creating 3D multimedia. The results from just weeks of work are amazing; come and visit the Vislab to discover it for yourself.
- Rainforest research: visitors can be transported to the Daintree Rainforest in Far North Queensland with the array of high-definition 3D videos and 3D photography captured at the Daintree Rainforest Observatory (DRO).
- Industry partner sessions: the Economic Geology Research Centre (EGRU) use the Vislab for presentations around geological modelling.
- Visualising research data: the Vislab excels at displaying and interacting with large datasets in real time. We've showcased reef bathymetry modelling, architecture models from around the world, and datasets from governments, NASA, and more.
- Discussing the applications: the Teaching & Learning Academy's Learning Spaces Special Interest Group (SIG) held a session in the Vislab in August 2014 where staff were able to explore a variety of 3D applications and discussed possible practical applications in research, learning, and teaching.
- Even more uses: we'd love to help you use the Vislab in your work. Explore our Vislab User Guide online.
Come and experience the space for yourself.
Bring your students and colleagues and discover how to integrate visualisation into your teaching, research and study. We can't wait to see how you use the space!