VENu allows you to see data in 3D from the MicroBooNE experiment.

Version1.0.2 (2)
UpdatedJan 30, 2017 (3 years ago)
DeveloperMarco Del Tutto
CategoryApps, Education

VENu is a mobile app which allows you to see data from the MicroBooNE experiment on your phone. View events recorded by the MicroBooNE experiment or try to catch neutrinos yourself!
VENu is built and rendered in a 3D environment and is designed to exhibit virtual reality features. Use your personal VR viewer and immerse yourself in the MicroBooNE detector!

Made by:
Marco Del Tutto (University of Oxford)
Alistair McLean (New Mexico State University)
Matt Bass (University of Oxford)
Ben Carls (Fermilab)
Owen Crawford (Bradley University)
Ariana Hackenburg (Yale University)
Gene Kim (Illinois Math and Science Academy)
Tia Miceli (New Mexico State University)
Sean Ngo (Illinois Math and Science Academy)
Steve Pate (New Mexico State University)
Jen Raaf (Fermilab)
Thomas Wester (University of Chicago)
Sam Zeller (Fermilab)

Email: venu.developers@physics.ox.ac.uk

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