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Design of a Virtual School Environment for Power Wheelchair Training. By Max Edmands, Alana Searleman, and Katelynn Wilton Mentored by Professor Janice Searleman. Outline. Goal Previous Work Process Importation Physicalization Storyboarding Intelligent Agents Demonstration Future Work.
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By Max Edmands, Alana Searleman, and Katelynn Wilton
Mentored by Professor Janice Searleman
The Virtual Reality Wheelchair Simulator
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