University of Maryland Pushes New Technologies to Improve Virtual and Augmented Reality

University of Maryland Pushes New Technologies to Improve Virtual and Augmented Reality

Lead researcher graduate student - Xiaoxu Meng 
 
University researchers are advancing a concept known as foveated rendering, a computational technique that uses innovative eye-tracking software to replicate natural human eye function in virtual and augmented reality.

May 19, 2021


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