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 Virtual Nuclear Reality at INL

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Date posted: 22/10/2006

The Idaho National Laboratory, USA, is adopting virtual reality techniques a la grand scale, for nuclear systems design and analysis.

The centre will be a campus for research, design and development of new nuclear technology. They'll utilise brand new virtual reality programs to develop and inspect next generation reactors before they're physically build.

Dr. James Lake from the INL says, ?We believe once stood up and exercised this kind of facility will lead to a less expensive more thorough route to effective design in the future, one element.?

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