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  • Sun 17 Dec 2006

    Virtual Reality Resources

    Published at 17:47   Category  

    [This article is super outdated !! For a more up to date page, please see my company's resources page: http://www.middlevr.com/resources/ ]

    [So much is happening currently that this page can be a bit outdated :]

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    7 Comments »

    1. le lien VRefresh est mort.
      AS-tu des photos du 13/02

      Comment by philou — Thursday, 22 February 2007 @ 15:27

    2. Le lien vers VResources devrait pointer sur http://vresources.org. Merci.

      Comment by MarcB — Sunday, 25 March 2007 @ 20:14

    3. please let me know about future virtual training conferences of IEEE

      Comment by Sourav — Sunday, 20 July 2008 @ 2:40

    4. Sympa ce petit blog!!
      J’ajoute à mes favoris!! cool

      Comment by Wis — Tuesday, 22 December 2009 @ 18:00

    5. Being a VR geek, I’m sure you’ll be interested in a couple of new items for your History section. These show a TV news clip from 1990& showing Europe’s first commercially available VR system – the ProVision system from Division Ltd (Bristol UK). This system was all software (dozens of parallel processors doing real-time Z buffering). The second clip shows one of the first demo reels produced for the second generation ProVision system, which used custom hardware for polygon shading/Z-buffering. Enjoy.

      Comment by Dirk Ramrod — Tuesday, 11 January 2011 @ 12:40

    6. Great thank you Dirk !!
      Where did you find that ??

      Comment by cb — Thursday, 13 January 2011 @ 23:48

    7. Found it in a box that I have which is full of master tapes, documents, photos, hardware etc. covering all of the VR development at Division from 1989 to 1999. This is the earliest known public video footage (Spring 1990, from memory) – I think there’s some internal footage of earlier stuff in the box, somewhere. Just need the time to sort through it all.

      Comment by Dirk Ramrod — Friday, 14 January 2011 @ 0:30

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