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 CAVE VR to open at University of Louisiana

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Date posted: 29/07/2004

A CAVE back-projected totally surround VR room, is to open at University of Louisiana, Lafayette, USA before the end of this year. The heavy-duty research VR system is to be used to draw in researchers and engineers from many local firms, allowing them to visualise in true surround 3D projects that are impossible on paper - charting the course of now-extinct rivers, where to look for oil...

As with similar CAVE and C4 / C3 immersive displays before, the new CAVE is expected to revolutionise local business, and is part of a growing trend by research institutions to commission these monolith VR interfaces.

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