MSF 2015 Participant, The VEMI Lab is Creating Innovative Ways to Assist the Visually Impaired
So what does all that mean exactly and why is VEMI so important to the broader science landscape in Maine? We caught up with VEMI’s Director of Operations, Dr. Richard Corey to find out more.
So what does VEMI Lab do?
A huge part of your exhibit at MSF 2015 was the Virtual Reality component. Festival goers lined up to get a chance to experience the VR set up your team had brought to the fest. It seems like VR is becoming a really important topic again, why the recent resurgence?
What is the importance of an event like the Maine Science Festival as it relates to your work?
Will you be back at MSF 2016… and what might we expect to see at the VEMI lab booth?