This week we look at how NASA’s Jet Propulsion
Laboratory (JPL) is using emerging media technology such
as AR and VR to facilitate research and space exploration.
Our guest is Victor Luo, NASA's Operations Lab Lead at
JPL. Victor has been with NASA for nine years, developing
cutting edge technology to facilitates the space organization's
Victor shares with us how NASA is using immersive media on
missions today, and how he sees this technology further enhancing
operations in the future. JPL is in active R&D development with
all immersive media hardware platforms both publicly available
(HoloLens, Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE, Sony Playstation VR) and
unreleased development devices (Magic Leap, Meta and many
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