Last weekend, the largest event of the Year of Science and Technology in Russia, the "Technosreda" Festival, took place at Wolrd Exhibition Center in Moscow. SPbSUT had shown modern solutions for data visualization, online learning and the development of spatial thinking.
The event, organized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, brought together hundreds of participants from different regions of the country. Leading universities, research institutes and technology companies introduced the public to the latest achievements of Russian science-from robots and biochips to unmanned buses and air taxis.
SPbSUT was represented by a large team: Dean of the Faculty of Radio Technologies of Communication Dmitry Kirik, head of the Department of organization of scientific work and training of scientific personnel Vasily Elagin, head of the Department of Marketing and Advertising Galina Grigoryan and chief specialist of the department Olga Pankova, associate professor of the Department of Television and Metrology Evgenia Tumanova and senior lecturer of the Department Dmitry Tatarenkov, assistant of the Department of Design and Production of Radio-electronic means Ilya Gorobtsov, master's student Arseniy Losev.
Representatives of SPbSUT held an open master class "Creating a landscape using AR and VR", and also worked on demonstration stands, which were very popular with the public.
The University presented an online platform with machine learning capabilities for STM32 microcontrollers. The platform allows you to conduct remote classes on STMicroelectronics microcontrollers. Microcontrollers can be used here for various purposes, for example, for developing Internet of Things devices or for using a machine or deep learning algorithm.
Another stand clearly presented the possibilities of generative graphics for holographic displays. An installation was shown that allows you to upload images using a domestic server platform. This technique can be used in advertising, for visualization of virtual objects.
The third exhibition stand of SPbSUT demonstrated a system of landscape formation using AR and VR. Here they showed how a height map is made using a projector, a computer, a depth sensor and a virtual reality helmet.
The so-called "sandbox model" allows the user to create and change their own unique world. The project is carried out in the environment of generating generative graphics Touchdesiger and is intended for the development of fine motor skills of hands and spatial thinking of students. The installation can also be used to visualize the features of radio wave propagation in certain landscape conditions.