Author: James Walsh

Narrative Visualisation Project Wins Merit for Australian Research and Development Project of the Year

The Narrative Visualisation project has won a merit in the Australian Information Industry Association’s (AIIA) national awards for top Research and Development project in 2018!.

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HoloLens uncovers the challenges of a disaster zone

A global defence company’s latest collaboration is using the Microsoft HoloLens platform and augmented reality to help civilians understand the role of field hospitals in natural disasters

Designed by the Australian arm of global company Saab, Augmented Relief is a collaboration with the University of South Australia to explore sophisticated medical technologies in disaster zones.

The exhibit is on display at UniSA’s hi-tech Museum of Discovery (MOD) where visitors don HoloLens goggles to take a tour of virtual field hospital and experience real emergency scenarios.

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Intel using WCL’s SAR System for Augmented Reality in Manufacturing

Intel has been using the WCL’s spatrial augmented reality (SAR) framework to explore it’s application to maintenance in manufacturing plants.


“Intel’s pace of innovation is ferocious and our semiconductor manufacturing equipment is complex, so technicians rarely get a chance to stay experts for long before new technology changes the equipment. Much like any manufacturing business, our engineers are constantly improving the process and updating the maintenance procedures to reflect the latest information. Rapid adoption of these changes is critical. Intel IT is using projected Augmented Reality to bring these changes directly into the tools where technicians are doing the work. This reduces the training time required for a new procedure, allowing our experts to ramp faster. Watch this video to see how Intel IT is currently utilizing Projected Augmented Reality and plans for the future.”

Projected Augmented Reality: Keeping Pace with Innovation

Demonstration at Intel TechFest in Portland