There you were, inside the C6 virtual reality room at Iowa State University, surrounded on six sides by 100 million pixels and completely immersed in the sights and sounds of game day at Jack Trice Stadium. The band marched in I-S-U formation. The cheerleaders did flips.
Iowa State University’s C6 simulator can take you inside a burning house, an active shooter situation and even a fire aboard the International Space Station. The C6 is a cube-shaped room in Howe Hall on the ISU campus in Ames. Every side of the cube lights up with images and with the addition of 3D …Continue reading “Cube-shaped ISU room is like nothing you’ve ever seen”
KCCI recently ran a story on the C6 – a three-dimensional, fully-immersive synthetic environment located in Iowa State’s Virtual Reality Applications Center. Check out the video.