Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

Blended Reality: Applied Research Project

July 18, 2016

From the Blended Reality Applied Research Project

Yale University and HP.inc have partnered in an applied research program to explore the area of blended reality.  Faculty and student work within this program will blur the lines between the physical and digital worlds, easing the transition of an idea from imagination, to design, to realization.  The goal is to democratize 3D design, augmented reality, digital imaging and 3D fabrication technologies, removing the high learning bars that currently exist.  This will open new creative outlets for artists, scientists, researchers and designers.

Yale faculty and students are invited to submit proposals to participate in the applied research work.  The available resources include funding, equipment and technical expertise, with total value for individual projects in the $5 – 20,000 range.  Prior experience with 3D/blended reality is not required.

Proposal submission deadline:  August 1, 2016

More information: Blended Reality Applied Research Project

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