These advanced VR laboratories are now being used for a far wider range of areas, and experts are now experimenting with how VR could eventually be used to replace traditional labs. A first-person VR experience is both immersive and realistic; the results from experiments made within an instrumentation-based organic chemistry lab and using a VR lab show no discernible difference in learning outcomes.
Here at Stensborg, STEM education is incredibly important to our progress. The VR and AR capabilities on offer provide new insights into the world of nanomaterials and spectrometers; “A VR laboratory experience was designed to teach students how to use an infrared spectrometer and elucidate an unknown structure from the resulting infrared spectrum.”
The use of nanoimprint technology, as we use here at Stensborg, is essential within photonic components. We strive for our technology to be able to help reduce production costs and increase efficiency, giving a greater experience and a higher quality result.
For over 20 years, we have been utilising the latest technologies to design and develop our own innovative nanoimprint lithography equipment. STEM education is vital, and we are excited to see how incorporating Virtual Reality into the curriculum can see the next generation of experts enter the field.
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