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Virtual Reality and the future of learning

Collage of images of Mixed Reality subsea mine detection workstation demo

Professor Robert Stone, Director of the Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team at the University of Birmingham, has been interviewed for The Future of Learning podcast, discussing the contribution Virtual Reality can make to learning and development.

CORTEX takes self-driving cars off-roading

Land Rover SUV driving on all-terrain environment

CORTEX, a world-leading collaboration between Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), the University of Birmingham Cambridge-based Myrtle AI, to create the world's first self-driving car capable of performing off-road, has been featured in Wired, the monthly technology and culture magazine.

A New Human Interface Concept for Subsea Unmanned Operations

Collage of images of Mixed Reality subsea mine detection workstation demo

The University of Birmingham's Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team has recently demonstrated an advanced human-system interface concept to support future operations employing unmanned vehicles (UxVs), funded through the Defence and Security Accelerator as part of a Ministry of Defence project led by ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK).

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