Think about you might be strolling alongside the inside lining of an actual human artery. To your proper is a pointy drop into sticky purple substance, to your left is a residing, respiration wall. You dodge ominous black most cancers cells twice your size and wriggle your means via mucus-like tumors. John McGhee’s speak takes us on a virtual reality journey into the human mind. Warning: vertigo inducing awesomeness assured!
Dr John McGhee is a 3D Laptop Artist, Senior Lecturer and the Director of the 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab at UNSW Artwork & Design. John’s tutorial analysis work explores artwork and design-led modes of visualising advanced scientific and biomedical information utilizing 3D computer animation strategies, most just lately on Digital Reality (VR) headsets. His work consists of the deployment of VR in stroke rehabilitation, medical MRI 3D visualisation for affected person training and the applying of VR in bio-nano mobile information visualisation. This has culminated in John being recognised as one among UNSW Australia’s 21 ‘Rising Stars’.
Particular Thanks and Acknowledgement to
– Professor Robert Parton, College of Queensland, Australia
– ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science & Expertise,
– Affiliate Professor Steven Fake, St Vincent’s Public Hospital,
– John Bailey, UNSW 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab, Sydney,
-Dr Angus Johnston, Monash College
This speak was given at a TEDx event utilizing the TED convention format however independently organized by a local people. Study extra at http://ted.com/tedx