A national research agenda for virtual reality: report by the National Research Council Committee on VR R&D (panel)

@inproceedings{Pausch1995ANR,
  title={A national research agenda for virtual reality: report by the National Research Council Committee on VR R&D (panel)},
  author={Randy F. Pausch and Walter A. Aviles and Nathaniel I. Durlach and Warren Robinett and Michael Zyda},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={1995}
}
In 1992, at the request of a consortium of federal agencies, the National Research Council established a committee to "recommend a national research and development agenda in the area of virtual reality" to set U.S. government R&D funding priorities for virtual reality (VR) for the next decade. The committee spent two years studying the current state of VR, speculating on where likely breakthroughs might happen, and deciding where funding could have the greatest impact. The result is a 500-page… CONTINUE READING
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