A description of three three projects having to do with virtual reality. The first is the Nanomanipulator, developed at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Department of Computer Science in conjunction with the UCLA Department of Chemistry in 1991. It is a machine that allows the user to interact with microscopic particles previously only visible in 2D from an electron microscope. The second project, The Augmented Reality Project, also developed at the Chapel Hill Department of Computer Science. This device used ultrasound images to be placed over a body allowing the user to see inside of it. The final project was The Phobia Project developed by the Georgia Tech Graphics Visualization and Usability Center. This project focused on the therapeutic power of virtual reality, basically by making patients face their fears in a virtual space.
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SWITCH: Vol. 2:
1, Article 10.
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