In the NMC Media Lab, we investigate and experiment with all types of new media. Have you got a question about a type of media you’ve seen somewhere? Are you looking for inspiration or media support for a project? Feel free to get in touch with us!

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Ongoing projects: 

We are currently testing a virtual production studio. The virtual studio is a green screen studio where the background and foreground are replaced by a realtime rendered virtual environment or virtual objects. This allows the presenter to interact with virtual 3D objects and environments in realtime with moving camera’s.

Currently the realtime renders of a digital human are starting to look really convincing. We are building a realistic 3D model avatar for teachers and want to test whether this avatar would be convincing enough for use in education. The Digital human avatar will be controlled by sensors placed on a real teacher. The sensors measure body and face movement and control the movement of the digital human in order to make the movement as realistic as possible. The aim is to eventually record an actual lecture with a 3D digital human avatar.

In virtual Reality users can experience a 3D environment with goggles and controllers. Using haptic gloves, users can also experience feedback, touch and whether a material is soft or hard. Currently a test environment is being created that enables TU Delft students and researchers to experiment with haptic gloves in their own VR projects.

In virtual Reality users can experience a 3D environment with goggles and controllers. Using haptic gloves, users can also experience feedback, touch and whether a material is soft or hard. Currently a test environment is being created that enables TU Delft students and researchers to experiment with haptic gloves in their own VR projects.

Blend360 is a combination of 360 images/video blended with 360 renders and animations from 3D renders. Users can experience objects or environments in combination with actual images or video, all blended in a 360° video tour. Objects can also be made interactive and viewers can experience the virtual tour on both a desktop or VR goggles.