Show digital training through virtual reality goggles Oculus Rift with experiences and introduced into new spaces with Skanect and Kinect are some of the technologies that will be at the booth of U-tad on classroom 2015.

U-tad virtual reality

The University of technology and Digital Art, U-tad, will be present at the 23rd edition of Classroom 2015, the international exhibition of student and educational opportunities, (stand 12D07 Hall 12) which will be held from 4 to 8 March in Madrid, IFEMA fairground.

En esta nueva edición de Aula, U-tad contará con un stand de 150 m2 en el que los visitantes podrán interactuar con la última tecnología utilizada en sus aulas y conocer sus centros de alto rendimiento de videojuegos, animación y Big Data, espacios de innovación donde los alumnos experimentan con las últimas tecnologías y tendencias, y desarrollar proyectos, especializándose en procesos y dinámicas de trabajo profesionales a través de la realización de talleres, prácticas en empresas, masterclasses y mentoring de proyectos.

U-tad virtual realityThe booth will be divided into four areas that cater to the experiences provided by U-tad: engineering, video games and art, visual design and animation.

In these areas the attendees can try Skanect technology that transforms the Kinect camera of Microsoft or the 3D Asus Xtion with which is possible to scan your body and be converted into a digital character in three dimensions.

U-tadAlso the Project Cars driving simulator, developed with the help of several pilots, will be exposed and which can be proven using virtual reality Oculus Rift or surround monitors 4K sunglasses. An experience that blends engineering and virtual reality.

In the U-tad booth will also be possible to create 3D animations with interactive monitors Cintiqs of Wacom and see the performance of a workstation HP Sprout technology Intel Realsense.

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By • 3 Mar, 2015
• Section: Display, Events, Training, Augmented reality, Simulation