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Glenn Research Center

Hathaway Brown School Visit

GVIS Lab members and interns visited Hathaway Brown School to demonstrate virtual and augmented reality.

GVIS Lab and Hathaway Brown at Cleveland Mini-Maker Faire

The GVIS Lab was thrilled to be able to have an exhibit at the Cleveland Mini-Maker Faire in partnership with Hathaway Brown School. The GVIS Lab has a Space Act Agreement with Hathaway Brown’s Science Research and Engineering Program (SREP) which allows Hathaway Brown student to do their projects with the GVIS Lab. At the […]

GVIS Lab Supports NASA Glenn’s Young Astronaut Day

Members of the GVIS Lab supported NASA Glenn’s 25th Young Astronaut Day by providing an interactive display and also by running a robotics activity. The activity was to build and operate a robotic arm.

Scientific Computing and Visualization Team Summer 2017 Students

The Scientific Computing and Visualization Team was honored to have another fantastic group of students this summer. They ranged from high school sophomores to a grad student working on his PhD. They worked on machine learning, data analysis, data management, Web apps for experimental data analysis, statistics, applied math, virtual and augmented reality, 3D modeling and animation, […]

AIAA SciTech 2017 Aero Exhibit

The Scientific Computing and Visualization Team supported the NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate by providing a wide range of visualization displays at the recent AIAA SciTech 2017 conference.  

GVIS Displays at Great Lakes Science Center for MLK Day

The GVIS Lab was thrilled to be able to provide NASA displays at the Great Lakes Science Center as the doors were opened for free on Martin Luther King Day. The Science Center recorded 11,610 people in attendance!

Hathaway Brown High School Student Creates Virtual Microgravity Science Glovebox

As part of our Space Act Agreement with Hathaway Brown School, Julia Javorsky, a senior at Hathaway Brown, has developed a virtual reality application, the Virtual Microgravity Science Glovebox. Julia is a student in the Hathaway Brown Science Research & Engineering Program. The Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG) is a glovebox aboard the International Space Station (ISS). […]

Cleveland Museum of Natural History Visits the Lab

Several members of the great Cleveland Museum of Natural History visited the GVIS Lab to get demonstrations of a wide variety of advanced visualization technologies including augmented reality and virtual reality. The Museum is interested in these technologies as they work to develop new and exciting displays.

Archive: John Glenn visits the GVIS Lab in 2006

New Tech West High School Visits the GVIS Lab

Students from New Tech West High School got a chance to experience a wide variety of GVIS applications making use of virtual and augmented reality technologies.