ECSCW Position Paper.
This paper has a section outlining our current research project using MVIP - the development of a Virtual Office Building.
A paper on breeze as a haptic device
which was presented at the IEEE 2004 symposium on haptics. This is one application using MVIP and FreeWRL created CVEs.
CRC's second MVIP paper
which was presented at Web3D 2003 (pdf to be available here soon)
CRC's first MVIP paper which was presented at the Web2000 conference at Monterey, Calif. in Feburary 2000.
is the browser used with MVIP during development. Although other EAI compliant browsers should work with MVIP, MVIP has only been tested with FreeWRL.
technologies makes the cyberglove used by MVIP's virtual hand.
make an interesting assortment of external input devices.
make goggles that I use with the Polhemus Fastrak to
walk around my virtual world.
Ascension Technology make a motion tracker similar to the Polhemus.
If you want to help, please email
- an employee of the
Communications Research Centre (CRC), Canada. MVIP is partly produced by
employees of CRC, and is released as Open Source to the world community.
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