London teens learn about the latest virtual reality technology in UCL Computer Science’s state-of-the-art Virtual Environment lab.
|CAVE (Cave Automatic Virtual Environment) is an immersive virtual reality environment where projectors are directed to four walls of a room-sized cube.|
|Here, I explain how the CAVE works to the young students.|
|Young students are experiencing a virtual conflict scenario.|
|Another group of students also experiencing the virtual conflict scenario.|
|One of the Lego robots the students worked on controlling with using Google Android phones via bluetooth.|
|Judges at the prize winning ceremony at the end of the week-long programme. Judges are from Google and includes Prof. Finkelstein (Faculty Dean).|