Next week, i will attend the 1st International Workshop on Virtual and Augmented Reality dedicated to Molecular Science (VARMS 2015):
The international IEEE Virtual Reality 2015 conference, through the VARMS workshop, gives researchers an excellent opportunity to:
- keep up to date with new approaches at the interface between Augmented and Virtual Reality, 3D User Interfaces and Video Games to popularize Molecular Science, both in research and teaching contexts,
- identify efforts to support the deeper integration of Virtual Reality techniques in the processes and practices of research laboratories and companies in the Molecular Science field, promoting the usefulness and usability of Virtual and Augmented Reality in Molecular Science, implying deep ergonomic analyses and user evaluations in the targeted field,
- highlight convincing success stories, thereby catalysing the use of Virtual and Augmented Reality in the targeted community, as actual research achievements that lead to decisive results in Molecular Science are still rare.
Here is my poster on Assemble2.