Thermo Fisher Scientific is exploring Augmented & Virtual Reality (AR&VR) applications for electron microscopy and corresponding business cases for future projects.
Materials and structural analysis impact our everyday life. From the medicines we take, the vaccines we receive, to the cars we drive, Thermo Fisher Scientific’selectron microscopes, software, and services drive scientific breakthroughs that help solve some of the world’s most difficult challenges. The Central Service Department is driving research related to training and service solutions using AR&VR because it recognizes the vast benefits these technologies can offer its customers around the globe.
Under the professorships of Mata Haggis-Burridge (Creative & Entertainment Games) and Marnix van Gisbergen (Digital Media Concepts), a team of researchers is working with CMGT/IGAD students and Thermo Fisher professionals to explore AR&VR applications for electron microscopy and corresponding business cases for future projects.
Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Central Service Department