Virtual Reality Glasses
A link between technology and imagination
We at the University of Tasmania are inspired by the link between technology and the imagination. We always aim to push further; to broaden horizons; to challenge convention.
That’s why we’ve come up with a game changer.
A device so fun and easy to use it re-imagines and redefines the student experience. It embodies all that we aim to achieve at the University of Tasmania.
Google Cardboard is a smartphone-based Virtual Reality platform that takes an inexpensive cardboard constructed viewer and, by inserting the everyday phone into it, transforms it into an immersive panoramic experience of selected university campus locations.
We believe an image speaks a thousand words. Be adventurous - put on Google Cardboard glasses and be transported to Tasmania without leaving your armchair!
Assemble in 30 seconds
To assemble, simply follow the instructions on the inside flap of the case – assembly takes less than 30 seconds!
Use your phone
Once a smartphone is inserted into the VR Viewer and the application loads up, the VR Viewer application senses movement and rotates the image accordingly.
The Virtual Reality Case can be fitted with all phones that have a screen size of up to 6 inches. However, not every device is able to run the virtual reality application, which requires your phone to have a minimum processing capability (1.7ghz). Compatible phones include (but are not limited to):
iPhone 6 Plus
Check the Panoramas
The panoramas below have been shot on the Hobart and Launceston Campus, and in various locations close to the campus in both cities. These will be the panoramas you will be able to see in through the VR Viewer; you can also click on them now to seem them on your computer, tablet or mobile.
Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, a future leader or a potential international researcher, contact the University of Tasmania now to find out how we can help you achieve your goals.
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The Australian Maritime College (AMC), an institute of the University of Tasmania, based on the Launceston Campus. The Towing Tank is used by Engineering students to conduct model boat experiments.
One of the many accommodation options available on-campus, this video, taken from a balcony on one of the Apartment options, provides views looking down over the campus towards the Derwent River, Hobart.
An external view of the Faculty of Arts building, based on the Launceston campus, caters to students undertaking humanities and social science based subjects.
The Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), based on the waterfront in Salamanca, Hobart, gives you an internal view of the cafe and meeting area for staff and students studying here.
The Tasmanian College of the Arts (TCotA) Printmaking room, based in Hobart, this facility is situated on the waterfront and caters to students studying Fine Art and Visual Communications.
One of the many fun activities to do whilst studying the Hobart Salamanca Market takes place every Saturday on the waterfront and is a main attraction to both locals and tourists alike.
Situated in the Medical Sciences Precinct in Hobart's CBD, the Faculty of Health Lab Classes cater to all those studying Medicine, Nursing, Biomedical Sciences and a number of other health-based courses.
One of the main University Libraries, based on Hobart's Sandy Bay campus, the Morris Miller Library caters to all your reference material needs with lots of places for group and individual study.
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