DeepAI AI Chat
Log In Sign Up

Applications and a Three-dimensional Desktop Environment for an Immersive Virtual Reality System

by   Akira Kageyama, et al.

We developed an application launcher called Multiverse for scientific visualizations in a CAVE-type virtual reality (VR) system. Multiverse can be regarded as a type of three-dimensional (3D) desktop environment. In Multiverse, a user in a CAVE room can browse multiple visualization applications with 3D icons and explore movies that float in the air. Touching one of the movies causes "teleportation" into the application's VR space. After analyzing the simulation data using the application, the user can jump back into Multiverse's VR desktop environment in the CAVE.


page 2

page 3

page 4

page 5

page 6

page 8

page 9

page 10


Immersive VR Visualizations by VFIVE. Part 1: Development

We have been developing a visualization application for CAVE-type virtua...

Virtual reality for the analysis and visualization of scientific numerical models

The complexity of the data generated by (magneto)-hydrodynamic (HD/MHD) ...

Exploring an Application of Virtual Reality for Early Detection of Dementia

Facing the severe global dementia problem, an exploration was conducted ...

User Attention and Behaviour in Virtual Reality Art Encounter

With the proliferation of consumer virtual reality (VR) headsets and cre...

Deep Learning Development Environment in Virtual Reality

Virtual reality (VR) offers immersive visualization and intuitive intera...

Virtual reality for 3D histology: multi-scale visualization of organs with interactive feature exploration

Virtual reality (VR) enables data visualization in an immersive and enga...

A Collaborative Untethered Virtual Reality Environment for Interactive Social Network Visualization

The increasing prevalence of Virtual Reality technologies as a platform ...