Single-cell-driven, tri-channel encryption meta-displays

Pockets of the POSTECH campus are turning into metaverse-ready spaces. Leveraging lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, POSTECH has employed metaverse learning to enable students to conduct experiments and receive training the same way they do in the physical classroom. All they have to do is wear a virtual reality (VR) device before entering a laboratory or taking a tour of a nuclear power plant. Taking it a step further, what if the professor and the students can simultaneously see different content tailored to each other in class?

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