April 17th Noon – 1pm
D106 LSRC · West Campus
Open to the public
Regis Kopper & David Zielinski · Duke DiVE
The DiVE (Duke immersive Virtual Environment) came online at Duke in 2005. Thanks to an NSF instrumentation grant we have recently completed a large hardware upgrade of the DiVE. We will discuss the new upgrades and how this will improve the user experience. We will then discuss several of our projects that we have presented at conferences in the last year (landscape archeology, training fidelity, visual persistence, and sonifications cues), along with several ongoing projects.