A team at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has developed technology that can offer first responders the option of exploring a disaster area without putting themselves in any risk. Virtual Eye is a software system that can capture and transmit video feed and convert it into a real time 3D virtual reality experience. It is made possible by combining cutting edge 3D imaging software, powerful mobile graphics processing units (GPUs) and the video feed from two cameras. Users of Virtual Eye would be able to take note of the layout, visualize any hazards, identify optimal paths of entry or potentially locate survivors completely risk free. You can read more about this amazing technology over on 3DPrint.com: https://3dprint.com/140953/darpa-develops-virtual-eye/