Description
To give a Virtual Reality (VR) presentation, Textron currently needs to have one or two people maneuvering the umbilical that sends all of the data from the PC to the headset, to prevent it from interfering with the person wearing the headset. The purpose of this project is to design, build, and test a mechanism for supporting the umbilical of a VR headset, without the need for additional people
Major Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Sponsor Textron
Advisor Professor Jiao
Primary Email Contact oliver.kgregory@gmail.com
Table # B18

Members

Name Major Hometown
Nicholas Yokley Mechanical Engineering (ME) Rockville, MD
Alex Schafer Mechanical Engineering (ME) Martinez, GA
Gage Crum Mechanical Engineering (ME) Savannah, GA
Danny Coughlin Mechanical Engineering (ME) Atlanta, GA
Alex Berrey Mechanical Engineering (ME) Cartersville, GA
Oliver Gregory Mechanical Engineering (ME) Marblehead