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Finished dash includes twin 12-inch Furuno NavNet displays (shown here in sonar and chartplotting modes).
With models for recreational, fishing and commercial boats, the NavNet TZtouch2 features a customizable touchscreen display, built-in dual-frequency Fish Finder, wireless hotspot connectivity, internal GPS antenna and more -- all powering a 12.1-inch WXGA or 15.6-inch FWXGA display.
"I think it will be the first virtual reality in any library in the world," says Andrew Dasys, NAVNet's project manager.
The effect is the ore body "coming off the screen", according to Andrew Dasys, managing director of Laurentian University's NAVNet, a research group affiliated with the Mining Innovation Rehabilitation and Applied Research Organization (MIRARCO).
The Northern Advanced Visualization Network, or NAVNet, is a vision for the North that would see virtual reality laboratories set up at mining sites all across Ontario and potentially the rest of Canada.
Dwyer's 62-foot Ticket is equipped with a 25 kW Furuho NavNet 3D radar.
The consortium developed the Northern Advanced Visualization Network (NAVNet), that made use of communication infrastructure, and the VRL to allow mining researchers to communicate between national and international offices using virtual reality technology.
Mark Webel of Jupiter uses a Furuno Navnet 3D networked system with two 12-inch multi-function displays.
Although the NavNet 3D MFDs have been out for over a year, Furuno continues to upgrade and enhance this system.