Virtual and mixed realities converge in new driving simulator


Portobello, a new driving simulator developed by researchers at Cornell Tech, blends virtual and mixed realities, enabling both drivers and passengers to see virtual objects overlaid in the real world.

This technology opens up new possibilities for researchers to conduct the same user studies both in the lab and on the road—a novel concept the team calls “platform portability.”
The research team, led by Wendy Ju, associate professor at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech, presented their paper, “Portobello: Extended Driving Simulation from the Lab to the Road,” at the ACM Conference on Human Factors …

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