This morning in the Italy Pavilion of Expo 2020 in Dubai FifthIngenium presented a live demo of TINALP, the Mixed Reality platform, which he developed with the support of Vodafone Italy. A lecture given by Professor Fernando Zarone. To explain how Mixed Reality can change the didactic and in this case clinical approach in universities.
Fifthingenium and Vodafone bring Mixed Reality to Expo 2020 Dubai
fernando zarone he is full professor of the Department of Neuroscience, Reproductive and odontostomatological sciences of the University of Naples Federico II. Today he was able to present a new way of teaching and learning to the public in Dubai and his students in Italy using mixed reality.
Everything was made possible by technology TINALP, developed by FifthIngenium. Which with this revolutionary idea won the third edition of “Action for 5G”, the call by Vodafone Italia dedicated to startups, small and medium-sized enterprises and social enterprises.
With Vodafone Italia, TINALP can take advantage of the high bandwidth capacity and very low latency of Vodafone’s 5G network. This allows you to share 4K definition live 3D video content, as well as collaborating in fluid real-time on 3D models. A new and potentially revolutionary way of teaching.
TINALP can take advantage of the high performance of the 5G Vodafone to improve the quality of their content. It also allows simplified configurations and installations thanks to the architecture Multi–Access Edge Computing (GUY).
TINALP allows you to create shared experiences that are open to multiple people at the same time. It doesn’t matter whether they are in the same physical location or remotely. For this reason, both the students in Naples and the patrons of Expo 2020 Dubai were able to enjoy the live demo.
This way of living training raises the question of distance learning, finding new ideas so that it is an invaluable resource and not a compromise. All taking advantage of the Vodafone 5G network to make collaboration and teaching even more immediate.