About this Event
4200 N. University Boulevard, Middletown, OH 45042
Virtual reality is becoming an increasingly popular platform in the entertainment industry. Applications using VR headsets are receiving a great amount of interest from those who use them.
Today, businesses are conducting employee training in VR, and the military uses VR to train warriors for the battlefield, and pilots for flights. Universities and colleges began training future surgeons, engineers, technicians, and more for solving complex problems in the real world.
Mert Bal, chair and associate professor of Engineering Technology at Miami University Regionals, will describe the evolution of VR technology, highlighting its current and future applications with an emphasis on educational applications.
Reception to follow.
Miami Regionals STEM Lecture Series is generously supported by Middletown Community Foundation.
Johnston Hall Room 142 Middletown Campus
Free event | RSVP at MiamiOH.edu/Regionals/RSVP
Questions? Email Matthew Smith at SmithMD6@MiamiOH.edu