Technologies for virtual reality
Oculus Quest 2
Next-level hardware that's easy to set up and safe to use
Everything from multiplayer games to 3600 video, it looks more than amazing with 20 pixels per degree visibility and a fast LCD display with a resolution of 1832 x 1920 pixels per eye.
Feel like your virtual hands are real using the touch controllers, and you can also control with your hands using gesture and motion recognition technology.
6 GB of RAM, combined with the ultra-fast processor based on Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2, will provide you with high performance.
- Display - resolution 4320 x 2160 (2160 x 2160 per eye), refresh rate 72Hz / 90Hz, 20.6 pixels per degree
- Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon X2, 8 Cores, 64 Bits, 2.84 GHz,
- Storage space – 8 GB + 128 GB memory
- Wireless connection – WiFI 6, 2.4GHz/5GHz, Bluetooth 5.1
- Audio – integrated HiFi speakers, dual microphone
- Батерия – 5300 mAh
Virtual Lab - STEM training in virtual reality
OpenLab is software aimed at teaching students the hands-on activities characteristic of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines. Thanks to state-of-the-art hand tracking technology, OpenLab allows learners to use their hands to manipulate objects in the virtual environment, making the simulation more realistic and immersive. This can help learners develop a better understanding of how to perform specific tasks or use equipment in real-life scenarios.
Many laboratory activities are prohibited due to danger to students. With OpenLab, virtual experiments can be conducted using toxic raw materials and dangerous machines.
Laboratory experience requires tools that become obsolete over time. For this reason, practical activities represent an increasingly high cost for schools. OpenLab provides state-of-the-art tools at reduced costs.
OpenLab offers the ability to generate customized experiences based on the school's specific request, replicating lab tools and activities from a simple video or narrative document.