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Using Virtual Reality in Education

  title={Using Virtual Reality in Education},
  author={Judy E. Rudin},
computers can not only create models, they can store Virtual Reality is a three-dimensional, computer-generated, information about these models -more data than ever simulated environment where data is literally transformed before. So the computer becomes a dynamic electronic into things we can see, feel, and even touch. Virtual reality encyclopedia that can be easily updated and easily tailored has significant implications in many areas such as business, to fit individual needs. industry… 
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