A head mounted display with augmented reality connected with and undershirt capable of collect data and give responses and advices on real time. Working with a library that supports all the data necessary to be able to act in emergencies or when the latency between station is high.
We solving by a unity network multiplayer, to create an experience similar to what could happen on Mars.
We are 2nd year students of Msc. Design and Engineer in Politecnico di Milano.
Jesus Marini, Mechatronic Engineer
Pinar Sencandan, Textile Engineer
Carlos Mancha, Industrial Designer
Fabrizio De Lucia, Design and Communication
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SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.