Visionaries on road to curved screen success
From the Higher Education section of The Australian, Wed May 17th 2023
“A University of Melbourne re- search team has made the world’s first curved augmented reality display screens, a breakthrough that is expected to widen the use of AR technology in recreation and the workplace… Associate Professor Unnithan and his colleagues Christina Lim and Thas Nirmalathas developed the new technology in collaboration with Taiwanese company KDH Design Corporation and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication.” See full article here.
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MCN – Sustained innovation
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Managing Director, Dwayne Kirk explains how Vative and the staff at MCN have applied Lean in a laboratory environment, resulting in an optimum user experience and efficient use of staff and user time.