Technologies for virtual reality/tele—immersion applications: issues of research in image display and global networking

@inproceedings{DeFanti2001TechnologiesFV,
  title={Technologies for virtual reality/tele—immersion applications: issues of research in image display and global networking},
  author={Thomas A. DeFanti and Dan Sandin and Maxine D. Brown and Dave Pape and Josephine Anstey and Mike Bogucki and Geoffrey C. Dawe and Andrew E. Johnson and Thomas S. Huang},
  year={2001}
}
The Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has developed an aggressive program over the past decade to partner with scores of computational scientists and engineers all over the world. The focus of this effort has been to create visualization and virtual reality (VR) devices and applications for collaborative exploration of scientific and engineering data. Since 1995, our research and development activities have incorporated emerging high… CONTINUE READING
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