Roger Daglius Dias, MD, Ph.D., MBA is a physician-scientist, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Director of Research and Innovation at Mass General Brigham, where he leads the Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering lab, focusing on the intersection between technology and medicine. Dr. Dias’s work on Medical Extended Reality (XR) has been funded by NASA and DoD and currently, he is working on Generative XR merging Generative AI + XR to make easier, faster, and cheaper the creation of XR experiences. Dr. Dias is also the co-founder of Xtory, an XR Creation & Marketplace Platform for Generative XR.
By merging the digital and physical worlds, extended reality has the potential to revolutionize the way we experience urban and built spaces. This section aims to delve into how XR can fundamentally change our experience of urban spaces, and how we can use this technology to create more engaging and liveable environments.