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Virtual Reality: Perception & Physics. Course Goals. Course is NOT a programming course practical VR course Course is Intro. to perceptual & simulation issues Designed to engender research skills Critical review of literature Presentation Project. Early VR History PreWWI-50s.

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Virtual reality perception physics

Virtual Reality:Perception & Physics


Course goals

Course Goals

Course is NOT

  • a programming course

  • practical VR course

    Course is

  • Intro. to perceptual & simulation issues

  • Designed to engender research skills

    • Critical review of literature

    • Presentation

    • Project


Early vr history prewwi 50s

Early VR History PreWWI-50s

Flight Simulators

For history see:

http://www.bleep.demon.co.uk/SimHist1.html


Brief vr history 1950s

Brief VR history - 1950s

Extensions of Movies

Sensorama

Morton Heilig

Multi-sensory bicycle ride


Brief vr history 1960s 70s

Brief VR history - 1960s & 70s

Early HMDs

Raymond Goertz (1960s)

Ivan Sutherland


Vr history 1980s 90s

VR history - 1980s-90s

Helmet

CAVE

And

Many

Many

More ….

Treadport

PhanTom

BOOM


Vr applications

VR Applications

  • Visualization

  • Education & Training

    • Flight Training

    • Surgery

  • Design

    • Architechtural

  • Remote interaction

  • Entertainment


Realism function

Realism & Function

  • Realism-

    • Designing simulations with increasingly fidelity to physics

    • Computational load

    • Real-time

  • Function-

    • Design simulations with function in mind

    • Some environments inappropriate for function

    • Some information irrelevant/taxing for function


Graphics realism

Graphics Realism

Fiat Lux

http://www.debevec.org/FiatLux/


Irrelevant information

Irrelevant Information

http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~viscog/lab/demos.html


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