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3D and Virtual Environments
Exploring the environments in which we operate requires sophisticated virtual environments tools that can simulate multiple scenarios and improve situational understanding.
Computing power and the ability to learn in 3D virtual environments enable us to mimic real-life situations. Emergency response teams, military personnel, the civilian workforce, students, and others can immerse themselves in realistic situations to test their skills and knowledge ahead of execution.
Robotic systems that automatically create maps and 3D models of complex environments support mission-critical applications. These real-time 3D mapping projection capabilities give users a more accurate understanding of their surroundings on the fly.
SRI technologies and services include:
Simulation scenarios for first responders and military training
3D modeling and mapping for situational awareness through SRI's Geovisualization Center
Terrain mapping for coordinated robots
Perception and visual interpretation, drawing from SRI's expertise in artificial intelligence
Virtual topography and prototyping to study materials and structural failures
Perceptually optimized 3D
Virtual environments for online gaming and interactive learning, to increase the effectiveness of professional training and collaborative work
Visualization solutions that display multiple, real-time video feeds from various sensors over a 3D earth model
SRI combines data assimilation algorithms with hydrodynamic forecast models for high-resolution forecasts of nearshore oceanographic properties for coastal operations.
Estimation of River Characteristics from Remote Sensing Data.
A Unified Research Agenda for 6-12 Online Learning Environments to Improve STEM Outcomes for Students with LD and Students with ASD
This capacity building project will contribute to foundational knowledge about what is already known, and what needs to be studied, about K-12 online STEM education for students with learning disabilities and those with autism spectrum disorder.
By playing a game, citizen scientists can help increase reliability of mission-critical software systems.