This content pack is a preset foliage density brush comprised of 18 AR/VR ready botanically correct plants. Create a realistic, wild, landscape in one stroke representing real-world data. A 30 x 30 meter example environment is included for reference.
About: These digital art 3D plant models were created by an interdisciplinary team of artists and scientists. Dr. Maria C. R. Harrington, Dr. Patrick Bohlen, Chris Jones, Zachary Bledsoe, Jennifer Elliott, Ray Jarrett, Amanda Lindsay, and John Guziejka. The content created for the environment was initiated to support a research investigation of beauty as information and an emotionally salient trigger used in design studies on immersive informal learning. The Virtual UCF Arboretum project is an augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) collaboration between The Harrington Lab in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media and the UCF Arboretum in the Department of Biology and the Landscape and Natural Resources, in the College of Sciences, at the University of Central Florida. The Epic MegaGrant funded the improvement of the models for use here and by the community.
The Harrington Lab at UCF, Digital Media Team
Dr. Maria C. R. Harrington: Assistant Professor, Director of the Project
UCF Arboretum Team
Dr. Patrick Bohlen: Director of Landscape and Natural Resources and Arboretum
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