Schol-AR is a powerful new smartphone application that uses augmented reality (AR) to revolutionize how research and educational outputs are shared. Scientists at the INI and beyond are now using the app to embed 3D models, videos, and other data in their posters, publications and presentation materials to improve engagement and the explanatory power of their work.
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Conway’s Game of Life is a biological simulation that dates back to 1970. Instead of running a typical neuroimaging analysis algorithm on a layered shader framework (see poster below), INI’s Tyler Ard, PhD, ran Conway’s Game of Life in 3D on a 256x256x256 cube, which is a common size for a neuroimaging algorithm. The video shows the horsepower of the layered shader framework project in the context of Conway’s Game of Life.
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