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Learning in a Highly Interactive, Low-Resolution Virtual Environment; The Tomb of Lady-Hao

@inproceedings{Jacobson1998LearningIA,
  title={Learning in a Highly Interactive, Low-Resolution Virtual Environment; The Tomb of Lady-Hao},
  author={Jeffrey Jacobson and Jane Vadnal},
  year={1998}
}
We are interested in users learn, classify and recall spatial and attribute information about objects in a virtual environment which is highly interactive, but built with minimal detail. The Hao Tomb application represents spatial relationships between objects with two-dimensional images (billboards) which are embedded in a three-dimensional model. Information about these objects, (i.e. materials and function) are represented through a visual query mechanism. Given the task of learning certain… 
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