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 Students Create Pocket Virtual Worlds

Source: Metaversed, Business and Technology News

Researchers at Bowling Green State University and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland have created technology that allows students to explore virtual representations of the real world through a PDA. According to toledoblade.com, the base data is created using a special camera with a cone-shaped mirror that can take full 360 degree images of a location. The images are stitched together in the software and the end result is small enough that it is viewable through a handheld device.

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