Virtual reality has significantly grown in recent years in both teaching and research. This Technique allows the user to explore virtual worlds resulting from numerical modeling, geophysical data processing or image processing (photogrammetry for example) at various spatial and temporal scales. For example, it is possible to observe atoms and molecules, to move in crystalline structures, to visualize elements of subsoil reconstructed from seismic data, or to move in extraterrestrial landscapes or in models mantle convection. Depending on the technology used, this reality could be two-dimensional or three-dimensional, static or animated. The user can interact with the environment or simply be a spectator. This tool therefore offers new perspectives for measurement and observation in the world of research. It also offers new ways to explore the Earth and planets and is underused for teaching. The objective of this session is to explore the latest developments in virtual reality in the earth sciences. Presentations proposing new approaches for research as well as for teaching are welcome.

Convener: Pascal Allemand | Co-conveners: Christophe DELACOURT, Floc'h France, Jean-Emmanuel Martelat, Marianne Metois
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall X1

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X1

Chairperson: pascal allemand
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Fabio Luca Bonali, Alessandro Tibaldi, Elena Russo, Federico Pasquaré Mariotto, Fabio Marchese, Luca Fallati, Alessandra Savini, Fabio Vitello, Ugo Becciani, and Eva Sciacca
Hall X1
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Gwénaël Caravaca, Stéphane Le Mouélic, Nicolas Mangold, Jonas L'Haridon, Laetitia Le Deit, and Marion Massé
Hall X1
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Fabio Luca Bonali, Elena Russo, Alessandra Savini, Fabio Marchese, Luca Fallati, Nomikou Paraskevi, Varvara Antoniou, Kyriaki Drymoni, Biagio Di Mauro, Roberto Colombo, Roberto Garzonio, and Fabio Vitello
Hall X1
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Daniel Kolb, Wolfgang Kurtz, Jens Weismüller, Alexander von Ramm, Ralf Ludwig, and Dieter Kranzlmüller
Hall X1
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Paraskevi Nomikou, Konstantinos Karantzalos, Giotis Ioannidis, Michalis Sarantinos, Andreas Saer, Christos Stentoumis, Ilias Kalisperakis, Varvara Antoniou, George Pehlivanides, Panagiotis Tsoris, George Katopodis, Katerina Plessa, Anna Dura, Konstantina Bejelou, and Othonas Vlassopoulos
Hall X1
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Oliver Kreylos, Darlene Crist, Juliane Dannberg, Peter Fox, Louise Kellogg, Shaunna Morrison, Anirudh Prabhu, Katie Pratt, and Josh Wood
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Karen Vancampenhout and Annelies Calmeyn
Hall X1
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Jérémy Billant, Frédérique Leclerc, Javier Escartin, Nuno Gracias, Klemen Istenic, Rafael Garcia, Aurélien Arnaubec, Alexandre Dano, and Claire Marchand and the SUBSAINTES science party
Hall X1
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Sophie Passot, Philippe Hervé Leloup, Alex Bisch, and Philippe Grandjean
Hall X1
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Charles Caulet, Pedro Veras Guimarães, France Floc'h, Mickael Accensi, and Fabrice Ardhuin