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Nebraska’s Cornelis “Kees” Uiterwaal removes the Microsoft HoloLens 2, a headset that allows its wearers to view and interact with computer-generated objects in the physical world. The associate professor of physics and astronomy is collaborating with fellow scientists and multimedia artists to design augmented-reality experiences that help explain the bizarre, sometimes-counterintuitive realm of quantum physics. Uiterwaal was awarded one of the three Grand Challenges major grants for his proposal to increase education of quantum physics using augmented reality. August 29, 2022. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.
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