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InnerOptic at the Southwest Regional Library in Durham

We're very excited to host our next RTPVR Meetup at the Southwest Regional Library in Durham.

InnerOptic is a spin-off from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, focusing on medical applications of augmented reality and related technologies. In this talk, InnerOptic CTO Luv Kohli will discuss how InnerOptic’s visualization software evolved from a research project to a commercial, FDA-cleared product providing intuitive navigation for ultrasound-guided procedures. He will also discuss the potential benefits of augmented reality in various medical domains, and some of InnerOptic's recent work with the Microsoft HoloLens and Magic Leap One. A hands-on demo will be available for attendees to try, to facilitate further discussion.

Before joining InnerOptic, Luv Kohli received his PhD in Computer Science from UNC-Chapel Hill, where his dissertation focused on haptic interaction and perception in virtual environments. He has 15+ years of research and development experience with AR/VR, haptics, virtual locomotion, and 3D user interfaces.

Note: this is NOT at the South Regional Library near RTP. It's the Southwest Regional Library located at 3605 Shannon Road in Durham.

As always, everyone is welcome to bring their VR headsets to give demos after the primary presenters are finished. If you will be demoing, send us a message or comment below so we have enough tables ready.

Attendance is capped at 60 members, please RSVP on the Meetup.