16 March 2023Share
Attend an online research partnership opportunity session with Kirk Duncan to delve into the potential that virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies have across various industries.
Ready to learn more about some of the latest technologies that could be used in your industry? Interested in collaborating or looking for grant opportunities to combine your expertise with cutting-edge technology? Then you can't afford to miss this research partnership pportunity session with Kirk Duncan, coordinated by ACU Co-Lab.
This session is geared towards academics who are keen on exploring innovative ideas, collaborating with peers, and leveraging the latest technologies for research or to pursue grant opportunities. This session provides with a unique opportunity to gain a practical understanding of virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies, and to learn about the varied exciting and potential applications these cutting-edge technologies can play in your industry.
For those interested in pursuing this research partnership further, Professor Myriam Amielh’s Innovation and Industry Engagement team will also be available to discuss support with grant writing.
When: Wednesday 29 March, 12.30-1.30pm
Where: Register to attend via Zoom
As founder and CEO of The Mobile Apps Man, an innovative and results-driven software development company, Kirk is an innovator in holographic computing and virtual reality technologies. The Mobile Apps Man specialises in holographic/mixed reality computing (MR), along with Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and mobile app development services.
Working in collaboration with Western Sydney University, The Mobile Apps Man are the developers of ForensicXR, a holographic application designed to help train and assess crime scene investigators.
With a longstanding passion for technology and innovation, Kirk also works as a consultant to various corporations and government agencies when he isn't lecturing sessionally with the Faculty of Law and Business at ACU.