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Virtual Environments Research at the Georgia Tech GVU Center

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Hodges, Larry F.
Bolter, Jay David
Mynatt, Elizabeth D.
Ribarsky, William
Van Teylingen, Ron
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The Grapics, Visualization, and Usability (GVU) Center was established at Georgia Tech in 1991 in recognition of the central importance of these three disciplines to the future growth of computing. The key emphasis of the GVU Center is effective communication of information between computers and people, as well as use of the computer to facilitate communication between individuals. This is not the domain of a single discipline, but rather draws on many diverse fields. Accordingly, the GVU Center emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to research and education, bringing together 30 faculty and over 100 graduate students from the College of Architecture, School of Civil Engineering, College of Computing, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Office of Information Technology, School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, School of Mathematics, Multimedia Technology Lab, and School of Psychology.
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1993
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