Ocular EVA Pod – Augmented VR Project

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Virtual reality and augmented reality technologies are going to become even more sophisticated in the future. There are already a bunch of interesting VR solutions available on the market. Thanks to this 3D printed sculptural cockpit, you are going to have a fun way to experience virtual environments. Micah Ganske needed 75 days of total print time divided across multiple machines to complete this 6 feet sculpture.

Here is how the developer explained it:

When a viewer enters the virtual experience, they find that the cockpit is replicated virtually but that it is transformed into a fully enclosed, glass EVA vehicle which transports them through a fully realized space habitat.  As the airlock doors open, and the Ocular EVA Pod enters space, the viewer sees the other anatomical spacecraft sculptures from my previous exhibition

You can find out more here.

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