Perceptualization is a word invented by Leiden university's Media Technology department back in the mid 1990s. It describes the translation of perception, notably perception of self, via artificial capturing of the senses, redirecting into an artificial environment.
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Students in Purdue?s CGT 519V class attend school in Iowa every week without ever leaving campus. The class is titled "Introduction to Virtual Environments" and meets every Tuesday and Thursday with a sister class from Iowa State through...
Purdue University is using technology employed in the films "King Kong" and "Lord of the Rings" to create colourful characters in a VR world who teach deaf children math.
Computer graphics technology students are working ...