Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Workshop
May 22
hosted by Schlumberger

Are you developing Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality technologies?

Are you looking for AR/VR solutions or partners?

The Technology Collaboration Center will hold a workshop on Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality on May 22, 2018, hosted by Schlumberger in Houston, with presentations on the latest AR/VR technology developments or unmet challenges.

There will also be a session with a group discussion on common challenges, to help find other attendees with shared interests.

If your organization is interested in augmented reality or virtual reality technologies, please visit the TCC’s website to register for the workshop.

Ticket sales were ended as of noon on Friday, May 18.  However, a limited number of late registrations will be accepted at a ticket price of $150, until all remaining tickets have been sold.

Details on the workshop, including the agenda, presenters, and workshop location will be provided to registered attendees.


08:00  Networking Breakfast
08:30  Welcome & Announcements
08:45  Presentation Panel Session 1
10:30  Networking Break
10:45  Presentation Panel Session 2
12:30  Lunch
01:00  TCC Overview
01:15  Presentation Panel Session 3
03:00  Common Challenges Discussion
04:00  Adjourn


3D at Depth:  The Power of a 3D Immersive Data Set in an Unknown World

Aexa Aerospace*: Holowizard

Amodo Technologies: VR/AR in Healthcare & Navigating Its Challenges and Avoiding Pitfalls

AUGMENTx:  Enhancing Neurological Recovery with AR

CACI NSS: DOUG VR Application and Onboard VR Trainer

Core Simulations: Medical VR: Industry Analysis and Applications

EON Reality: Virtual and Augmented Reality for Industry

EPRI: AR & VR in the Energy Sector

KBRWyle*: Training Astronauts to Ignore Reality Using Virtual Reality

Leader Drilling International: Simulating Drilling with Big Data

METECS*: VR Training for Familiarization and Safety

NASA JPL*:  Augmenting Space Exploration



NASA’s Hybrid Reality Lab

NASA’s VR Lab - XR Technologies Supporting the International Space Station & Lunar Orbit Platform-Gateway Programs

Neuro Rehab VR: Virtual/Augmented Reality for Neurological Physical Therapy

PTC: Scaling AR Across the Enterprise

Revision Military*: Technology Approaches to Enhanced Perception

SMD: Using AR/VR to Design, Rehearse and Validate Your Missions from the Safety of Your Office

Tietronix:  Using AR for Autonomous Medical Operations

Wood: Out of the Darkness: AR for Subsea Operations

Workshop Program Committee (*=TCC member):

  • Micah Tinklepaugh, Electric Power Research Institute
  • Mark Cramer, KBRWyle*
  • Canaan Martin, KBRWyle*
  • James R (Jake) Mireles, KBRWyle*
  • Linda Ham, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Eddie Paddock, NASA Johnson Space Center*
  • Sudhir Pai, Schlumberger*
  • Ian Griffiths, SMD
  • Jose Baca, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi*
  • Pavel Dutta, University of Houston*