Virtual Reality. Chris Constantine (I figured you were tired of white or blue slides). Overview. What is VR Techniques of VR History of VR Uses of VR Future Possibilities Conclusions Sources. What is VR. Virtual Reality is defined as: Simulated environment (computer?)
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(I figured you were tired of white or blue slides)
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Man, Don’t I look cool!
Heilig’s machine = cameras
Sutherland’s idea = CRT’s, graphics accelerators, computer generated images.
Now, we have VR in the same form as today.
Computer systems with reactive capabilities generate simulations of any environment.
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