UNT Students' Heads Are Spinning to Help NASA Efficiently Reach for the Stars

Three University of North Texas students are opening a window on the world for astronauts who reach for the stars.The students are hoping to stake a claim in NASA’s future with their augmented reality program for space helmets. Their design creates a semitransparent overlay of information that astronauts can read from inside their helmets while their view of their surroundings remains uninterrupted.As one of the developers says, kind of like Google Glasses.  Continue reading...

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