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Intellect VR by Dominica Jamir
IntellectVR uses VR technology to enhance teaching and learning through immersive and activity-based experiences. The project incorporates Virtual Reality (VR) as an online tool for teaching and learning in the arenas of Biochemistry, Physiology and remote learning. Students will soon be able to use VR headsets - immersing themselves in lessons on subjects e.g. measuring the size of a molecule or learning its structure, or interfacing with a virtual 3D human body and internal organs to learn anatomy in an interactive web-based VR platform. This enhanced and immersive learning (and teaching) experience; complete with a unique student-friendly interface, gesture controls, embedded educational resources and simple-to-use teacher controls helps everyone prepare for the future in learning.
ShopsAR by Dhruvi Brahmbhatt
Shops AR uses Augmented Reality technology for shopping and comparing products the customers interested in. Customers can search the product on the smartphone application, compare the prices of the same product into different stores, and AR technology provides a highly interactive and friendly way for navigation to the store customer choose.
MoleTech; an innovative early detector for Melanoma by Afnan Alhowaish
A user-friendly platform where patients can take photos of certain lesions on their own body and send it to this platform. Then the platform pairs this lesion to a board certified dermatologist who will give feedback about your lesion.
Redesign UX/UI Design & Development Website by Jung Hee Kim
Redesign the UX/UI Design & Development website gives prospective students proper information about the curriculum, rules, etc and offers current students opportunities to display their works, portfolios, biographies, etc.