Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality

A computer simulation that takes data inputs and uses a stated methodology to create outputs. Virtual reality is used in gaming. Likewise, it is important in science and business to predict future trends.
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Offering an immersive panoramic surgical view, the NGENUITY 3D Visualization System allows the operating team to see exactly what the surgeon is seeing in real-time.
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It is our ambition that WireFusion[TM] 5 will become a market leader for interactive 3D visualizations on the Mac platform, as it has become on the Windows platform.
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The key technology and expertise we gain from TTF will help enable Adobe to provide manufacturing organizations even more comprehensive solutions for 3D visualization and collaboration that extend across and beyond the enterprise.
ModViz developed VGP graphics acceleration software to enable geoscientists to have virtually unlimited access to 3D graphics processing power for high-performance, scalable 3D visualization of large seismic datasets on a single multi-GPU workstation or across a cluster of multiple workstations.
Technology based on widely accepted standards that helps extend 3D visualization, communication and collaboration across geographically dispersed organizations and fits well in diverse computing environments will be of great value and can help organizations sustain a competitive advantage.
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The panel, formed to address the mounting role of 3D visualization in gynecological laparoscopy, is comprised of distinguished physicians from around the country.