Flipclutch Research: AR technology helps Chang'e-5 lunar probe to complete task, WIMI builds an immersive simulation holographic cloud platform

HONG KONG, Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Recently, China's Chang'e-5 probe successfully landed in the lunar pre-selected landing zone, completing a key step in the mission. Next, the Chang'e-5 probe will enter the lunar surface sampling phase. According to CCTV's military Weibo report, for the Chang'e-5 mission, the ChinaAerospace Science and Technology Corporation used AR technology to conduct simulation experiments.AR stands for augmented reality, is a technology that calculates the position and angle of the camera image in real-time, and adds corresponding images, videos, and 3D models.In order to improve the reliability of sampling, a "lunar simulation laboratory" was built in the Lunar Building of the Fifth Academy of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, whereA people can see exactly the same scene as the lunar surface sampling, and the lunar surface environmentwas reconstructed through AR technology simulation. According to reports, the simulation site has also been responsible for the mission scenario simulation of the Chang'e-3 probe and Chang'e-4 probe.According to the video, in terms of AR technology, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation has adopted a variety of AR equipment and moved the lunar terrain to the ground laboratory.For the field of aerospace research, AR is already indispensable and will become an essential tool. After the lander lands on the moon, two probes will take three-dimensional images and send them back to the earth. Based on the three-dimensional images, ground crews will reconstruct the real-time scene of the landing site of this Oceanus Procellarum. Thanks to the blessing of 3D reconstruction technology and AR technology, the lunar soil sampling of Chang'e-5 will be more accurate and reliable.
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