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virtual reality

[vur′cho̅o̅·əl]
a system of computer-generated, three-dimensional, imaginary environments with which a person can subjectively interact. Examples include medical research to monitor brain activity in the hippocampus of subjects trying to solve maze problems. It is also used for simulations and gaming.
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Because Medina believes that 3D simulation will require more user support and feedback than its other simulation products, the company is initially releasing its 3D software to the members of a user consortium.
Sigmasoft of Aachen, Germany, is 100% committed to 3D simulation.
Ron Mikrut, Program Manager, MTC, says, "NGRAIN's interactive 3D simulations enable soldiers to review operating procedures, as well as assembling and disassembling of components on the 3kW generator.
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At the start of a project, PalDesigner participates in defining and calibrating the appropriate technical solution through the stages of calculation, speed validation and 3D simulation of the working principle.
A world leader in 3D simulation technology has expanded its UK office in Coventry.
Caspian Learning unveiled the new version of their award-winning Thinking Worlds 3D simulation & games creation technology today.
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In order to improve the accuracy of results, an additional 3D simulation was carried out using MSC.
Visser will share his findings in a paper titled: "TopLeague and Bundesliga Manager: New generation online soccer games" and participate in the 3D simulation soccer league with the RoboCanes, designed by the AI and Games group at UM.
The forgoing survey suggests that a 3D simulation model taking into account the effect of buoyancy force accompanied with and the exact boundary conditions would resolve the present inaccurate agreements between simulations and experiments.
ABDO College senior lecturer, Gillian Smith, pictured, said: "One of the first groups to see the system were fairly new to optics and just starting their first year studies, so the 3D simulation certainly made some of the theory more readily fall into place.