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Chris Shaw
Georgia Institute of Technology

The NAVE: Design and Implementation of a Non-Expensive Immersive Virtual Environment
The NAVE is an affordable, PC-based, stereoscopic, spatially immersive display for virtual reality applications. This overview was dedsigned to allow others to build similar low-cost VR display systems.
 
Jarrell Pair
Georgia Tech Graphics
Visualization, and Usability Center
513 Wilshire Boulevard, #226
Santa Monica, California 90401 USA
jarrell@acm.org


CAL    An Optical See-Through Display for Mixed Reality
A novel optical see-through display for mixed reality that equips a liquid-crystal display panel with lenses to present correct mutual occlusion of real and virtual objects.
 
Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
Communications Research Laboratory
4-2-1 Nukui-Kitamachi
Koganei, Tokyo 184-8795 JAPAN
kiyo@crl.go.jp


Autostereoscopic Display with Real-Image Screen
This autostereoscopic display with a real-image screen can present reality-enhanced 3D images within the viewer's reach and supports interactive use.
 
Hideki Kakeya
Communications Research Laboratory
4-2-1 Nukui-Kitamachi
Koganei, Tokyo 184-8795 JAPAN
kake@crl.go.jp

 

 

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