Holograms To Robotics – Meet The Technology Of The Future

By Pamela Connellan
on 27 February 2022

Take a look at some groundbreaking technologies which will soon be impacting our lives. From holograms to virtual reality – and robotics to medtech – it will help you transform the way you think about technology of the future.

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Teslasuit – a full body haptic feedback platform which can transfer sensation from virtual reality to a human body through electric impulse. See more below:

Humense – this is a technology which demonstrates eye-to-eye, life-sized holograms.

The UOW ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science – Discover ‘Biopen’ – a new medical technology used by surgeons to directly print healing cells into a patient’s body during procedures such as knee surgery.

Anuraj Gambhir – from Anuraj Gambhir is an expert on the latest in wearables, implantables, immersive technologies and robotics. He’s an innovative speaker on all things futuristic.

The 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab – using VR and 3D immersive tech, this 3D Lab allows users to explore the inside workings of anything. Researchers are currently using this technology for cancer research but it can be used for teaching purposes too. See video below:

Virbela – following on from COVID, this company has created a virtual platform for conferencing and learning. For more information visit here.

Motus Science – this is a new app for mental health which uses AI and provides predictive analytics to inform healthcare decisions at organisational and individual levels.

Virtureal – this technology specialises in the development of Translocative and Fully-Immersive Virtual Reality simulations, for tactical and weapons training within defence and first responder organisations. 

ANSTO – The ANSTO XR app uses a mix of AR and VR to transport you to the scale of an atom and discover the world of protons, neutrons, and electrons.

All of these entrepreneurs and tech companies appeared at one of SingularityU’s exhibitions.

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