Rowan University to Use Virtual Reality to Help with Flooding


Rowan University engineering profs and students will use virtual reality to solve flooding problems in Vineland and Camden, a NJ.com post said. The college received a $424,000 grant from the US Economic Development Administration for a flood research project which will use the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment, housed in the South Jersey Technology Park in Mantua Township.

Engineering students at Rowan University use virtual reality to address flooding in Vineland, Camden

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