We employ a variety of processes and tools, from laser scanning and photogrammetry, to narrative in virtual and augmented reaily experiences make the invisible visible.
Our transdisciplinary team consists of experts in education, history, art, computer science, and design.
Media convergence has changed how we understand what it means to be literate in an information rich society. We seek to create hands-on, experiential learning environments using visualization technologies.
If this place could talk ….
… what would it tell us?
Our virtual reality experience, “If this Place Could Talk: The Destroyed Village of Vauquios” is currently on exhibit through November 11th, 2018, at the Michigan State University Museum as part […]