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Open Access Virtual Reality for Sensor Data Visualization and Analysis

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The visualization and analysis of sensor data is an important aspect of geovisualization, and Virtual Reality-related technology is increasingly used in this context. Here we present the results of a student project which supports users in recording data (such as environment temperature, humidity and light intensity) with a Texas Instruments SensorTag® and subsequently visualizing the data on a smartphone using mobile Virtual Reality technology. The project resulted in two different applications, which both employ a 2D component for data localization and recording, as well as a 3D component to explore the data on a smartphone. In this paper, we describe our results and summarize our experiences regarding the creation and usage of such software and mobile VR environments.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 28 January 2018

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