Critical Contributions to Critical Challenges • June 07, 2022
REACTOR Prototype Brings XR Collaboration Capabilities
Engineers at APL are addressing the challenges of collaborating across wide physical distances by taking advantage of new technologies, designing and implementing the Mixed Reality Collaboration Environment framework, or REACTOR. This unique system allows subject-matter experts and analysts to interact and collaborate globally, with no externally hosted servers and with the capability to customize the approach to the user’s needs.
2022 XR Symposium
July 27-28, 2022 • Kossiakoff Conference Center
Sponsored by APL’s XR Collaboration Center, the third annual XR Symposium will feature APL work that leverages virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) technologies — collectively known as “extended reality” (XR) — to extend the technical capabilities of APL, as well as its sponsors and collaborators.
A Striking Pose: Sivels Statue Graces National Mall
Ciara Sivels, a nuclear engineer in APL’s Air and Missile Defense Sector, was one of 120 women in STEM honored with a statue of herself on the National Mall, part of the #IfThenSheCan exhibit, the centerpiece of the Smithsonian’s Women’s Futures Month.
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