Parallel sessions

We present the following concept sessions. Please pay attention! The sessions can still be changed.

Tijd Technology & producers Use case #1 Use case #2
11.30 - 12.00 Lowering the threshold for VR and AR in education - Robert Belleman (UvA) (pdf)

BLS training using an immersive real-life
360 degree VR scenario training - 
Morgianne Fräser (AMC)


Does it matter that we know it’s not real? A cognitive dual-processing account of responding to VR - Tilo Hartmann (VU) (pdf)
12.00 - 12.30 How does BMS Lab enable innovative research and new research methodologies leveraging VR? - Jan-Willem van ’t Klooster (BMS Lab UT) (pdf)
Foreknowledge beyond the Future: Design of a Immersive Virtual Environment to Support Human-System Coordination - Meng Li (TUD) (pdf) Doing Virtual Reality research with students - what we've learned so far - Robin de Lange (Virtual Reality Learning Lab  (pdf)
12.30 - 13.30 Lunch + demo’s Lunch + demo’s Lunch + demo’s
13.30 - 14.00 Titel TBA - Ellen Dorsman (Tobii Pro)
ook demo
Fallacies and biases in research and education using VR and AR - Thomas Hurkxkens, Jeanine Reutemann (ULeiden)   Titel TBA - Arend-Jan Krooneman (TUD bouwkunde VR lab) ook demo
14.00 - 14.30 SURFsara AR app: 50 days of play: first-time development for the Hololens, a 
retrospective and comparison with VR - Paul Melis (SURF) (pdf)
Image guidance and augmented reality in liver surgery - Matteo Fusaglia (NKI) (pdf) The means and value of 3D visualisation and modelling in archaeological excavations at Crustumerium (near Rome) - Remco Bronkhorst (RuG) (pdf)
14.30 - 15.00 TWNKLS (pdf) Simulated, virtual and augmented reality for crime scene investigators - Jurrien Bijhold (NFI) (pdf) HoloLens mixed reality for studying walking and treating walking limitations - 

Melvin Roerdink PhD (VU Amsterdam) (pdf)

Latest modifications 23 Nov 2018