Weather conditions on-the-fly in augmented reality

Microsoft’s HolloLens lets users see more of the world around them

For the past few months, Geomatys R&D teams have been working on the exploitation of GHOM (Geographic, Hydrographic, Ocean and Weather) data in augmented reality.

The challenge is to convert complex formats such as GRIB, NetCDF or S-57, on the server side with EXAMIND Server, to serve in 3D on a Unity client and to visualize these data with HolloLens.

In the video you see below is an example of on-the-fly visualization of wind vectors from GRIB files in augmented reality.

Other use cases are coming, especially for the maritime world. So stay tuned!

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