virtual reality

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UNSW researchers are revolutionising medical research by creating virtual reality technology that allows scientists to walk around the landscape of human cells.

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Groups of scientists are now able to ‘walk’ through cancer cells, thanks to ground-breaking multi-user virtual reality.

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Ancient culture merges with cutting-edge technology in a game that takes users on a virtual journey through Torres Strait Islander culture.

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Ground-breaking virtual reality technology is allowing multiple scientists to see inside a human cell at the same time, giving researchers a three-dimensional tool to improve doctor interaction and help analyse how cancer drugs work.

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Seher Ata has created a virtual reality module offering her students a fully interactive and immersive journey through the mysterious world of mineral processing.

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Medical students are using virtual reality to help learn anatomy. But is it a game-changing technology some people say it is, asks Michelle Moscova.

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Virtual reality is allowing scientists to walk through a breast cancer cell to observe the delivery of nanoparticle drugs, potentially speeding up the drug-design process.

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My personal relationship with Virtual Reality technology has progressed at lightning speed. And while I love viewing content in VR, it is the research challenges I find the most exciting, writes Kate Patterson.

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Visitors to UNSW's Open Day this Saturday will have the chance to enter a virtual reality world courtesy of their smartphone and revolutionary 'Google cardboard' glasses.

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UNSW researchers are hoping to revolutionise engineering design with cutting-edge, low-cost 3D gaming technology.

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