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EVL

Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) is an interdisciplinary research laboratory that combines computer science and art, specializing in advanced visualization and networking technologies.

EVL

EVL

EVL, established in 1973, was originally, a joint effort of University of Illinois at Chicago's College of Engineering and The School of Art & Design, EVL represents the oldest formal collaboration between engineering and art in the US. 

EVL’s research in advanced visualization and networking techniques and technologies includes: distributed computing/visualization, collaborative software, development of viable, scalable, deployable visualization instrumentation, and management of next-generation advanced networking initiatives.

Globally noted for its invention of CAVE™ virtual reality theater (1991), EVL has continued the tradition of designing and deploying visualization and networking instruments to support collaboration among co-located and remote experts requiring interactive ultra-high-resolution and stereoscopic imagery. Among EVL’s developed display technologies are: ImmersaDesk™, PARIS™, GeoWall, Geowall2, Varrier, LambdaVision, LambdaTable, TacTile, Cyber-Commons, and the CAVE2 (coming soon).

more: http://www.evl.uic.edu/

 

 

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