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authors Stuart, Rory
year 1996
title The design of virtual environments
source McGraw-Hill, New York
summary Virtual reality (VR) is a highly interdisciplinary field involving computer science; perceptual psychology; human factors engineering; signal processing; and electrical, mechanical, and optical engineering. This unique book brings together vital information from all of these fields, providing both the theoretical and practical knowledge required to design VR systems capable of solving real-world problems. A serious treatment fo VR written specifically for engineers, researchers, and designers in industry and the military, this advanced-level handbook is up to date in every respect. Author and VR expert Rory Stuart describes each stage of the VR design process in detail, explaining a rigorous methodology for the planning, design, and testing of VR systems.
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