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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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An article on the Immersive Information Literacy Approach begins in a strongly theoretical vein, moving into a description of VILLAS (Virtual Reality Information Literacy Learning and Assessment Space), a three-dimensional virtual reality learning environment for the middle school.
Attendees will also have an opportunity to experience a three-dimensional virtual reality environment configured to assist in the product design process.
The muck and bullets look real enough on a TV screen, goodness knows what would happen if they made it three-dimensional virtual reality with all the smells and ricochets and flying fists.
Physical prototypes are replaced with realistic, interactive 1:1 scale virtual prototypes that can be viewed in a three-dimensional virtual reality setting using special 3D glasses.
Site specific employee training and three-dimensional virtual reality tours of the design are a few examples of available options.
Students using the classroom can interact with retail database marketing software packages, geo-demographic systems, graphics programs, spreadsheets, statistical packages and three-dimensional virtual reality shopping environments.
0, the emerging open standard for creating and viewing three-dimensional virtual reality worlds on the World Wide Web.