Emerging technologies such as virtual, augmented and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) are increasingly capable and can further enhance data exploration, discovery, analysis and communication of results through intuitive and compelling visual and sensory interfaces. VR, AR and MR serve as transformational tools for science, engineering, education and beyond, and can provide innovative analysis and communication techniques to a variety of end users.
NASA NCCS. Immersive Earth Data Visualization for AGU
Navteca has created innovative climate visualizations for the NCCS by adapting the output of the Goddard Earth Observing System (GEOS) Version 5 model to the 360 degree screen in the Oculus headset, providing the viewers with an unprecedented means with which to view the simulations.
Immersive Data Visualization with Virtual Reality: Stepping Inside Volumetric & 3D Data
Utilizing next generation technology, Navteca is exploring 3D and volumetric temporal data in Virtual Reality (VR,) taking users inside the data. No longer restricted by the edges of a screen, VR provides an innovative way of viewing spatially distributed 2D and 3D data that leverages a 360 field of view and positional-tracking input, allowing users to see more data at a glance.
Virtual reality content creation using Unity, Unreal, 3D assets, GIS data visualization and building models in VR, mobile and PC-based VR experiences for Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, HTC Vive, and mobile devices.
Top 10 VR Exhibition
Enjoy Washington, D.C. in gorgeous 360 time lapse VR video from Navteca. Walk through some of the most iconic monuments, the Fourth of July parade, the WWII plane flyover, and some of DC's best loved neighborhoods in this short, immersive experience.
Navteca did a series of custom 360 videos for the Spanish Ministry of Tourism, TourSpain, as part of the "I Need Spain" campaign.
In honor of the National Park Service centennial, Navteca has created this 360 video homage to the National Parks. Happy 100th Birthday!
Virtual Reallity 360 Videos
Navteca filmed this villa in Costa Rica which was part of House Hunters International show on HGTV.
Navteca filmed in 360 VR the world-renowned Tomatina festival in Buñol (Valencia, Spain) for the Government of Spain.