by westman — last modified 30 November 2006 05:38 PM
Matt Duncan was a graduating senior at Yorktown High School in Arlington Virginia when he visited our university for a three-week for-credit internship. The goal was for him to learn about 3D graphic design and interaction design while helping us develop our Virtual Reality (VR) technology. The result was beneficial for everyone. He learned how to build virtual environments and to compare and refine VR navigation and selection techniques though collaboration with users. We got a virtual obstacle course for VR navigation training and a very intuitive interaction for VR navigation with the Gyromouse. "
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