Virtual Realities (New) - 8
- University of Georgia
- Technical Communication
- Technical Communication 1020
- Virtual Realities (New) - 8
Last Modified: 2011-06-29
believed we could use screen images as a new way to view digital data on screen
created the Mouse
created the "Ultimate Display" which was a head mounted CRT & the 1st example of tracking
used for realistic training for the military
an example of a dataglove - which tracks location and vectors
we depend on our brain's organization to make it 3D
Perspective - how things look from near and far
Depth of Field - a computer is not like our eyes, we aren't as focused as a computer is
an immersive virtual reality environment where projectors are directed to three, four, five or six of the walls of a room-sized cube
for representing 3D interactive vector graphics primarily for use on the World Wide Web
the yellow line during football games
the components include HMDs that show optical see through directly onto your retina
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