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Developing Extended Reality Projects in Support of Design, Fabrication and ProcedureThe goal of this internship was to improve and create virtual reality simulations and visualizations for use in parallel with the design, fabrication, and analysis of flight ready hardware for areas like the Environmental Control and Life Support Systems (ECLSS) and also Space Systems. Specifically, my work was done in the XRSpace lab at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) with assistance directly and indirectly from workers at KSC, JSC and LaRC. Led by David Reynolds, the XRSpace lab develops products for various entities at NASA. The work done in the XRSpace lab focuses on Extended Reality (XR) solutions for both simulations and visualization capabilities. The goal of the lab is to support the larger systems of NASA and to help find ways that XR technologies can streamline and optimize the design process.

Extended Reality is an umbrella term that encompasses Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality. In this capacity, I was able to complete several elements in the design, building, testing, and deployment for a variety of immersive experiences, including a VR procedure simulation, visualization aids, and a 360-image capture tool.
Document ID
Document Type
Other - Technical Report
Joseph Chambers
(Marshall Space Flight Center Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, United States)
Date Acquired
February 28, 2020
Publication Date
February 1, 2020
Subject Category
Computer Operations and Hardware
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Distribution Limits
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.
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