The Virtual Reality Gorilla Exhibit

  title={The Virtual Reality Gorilla Exhibit},
  author={D. Allison and Brian Wills and D. Bowman and J. Wineman and L. Hodges},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  • D. Allison, Brian Wills, +2 authors L. Hodges
  • Published 1997
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
  • The Virtual Reality Gorilla Exhibit is an immersive virtual environment which lets students assume the persona of an adolescent gorilla, enter into one of the gorilla habitats at Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia, and interact as part of a gorilla family unit. The exhibit combines a model of Zoo Atlanta's Gorilla Habitat 3-home of Willie B, a 439 pound male silverback gorilla and his family group-with computer generated gorillas whose movements and interactions are modeled as accurate… CONTINUE READING
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