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The new CAVE system is currently being used in applications related to the visualization of museum pieces, cooperative ship design and medicine, although its sphere of application is broader still, covering industrial design, visualization of simulation results, molecular design, architecture and urbanism, archaeology and the study of monuments, and geonavigation. Read the full story here.

In the CAVE, users interact wirelessly with objects and the virtual scene through their gestures. The new interaction system, which is at the experimental stage, is intended to be transparent and highly ergonomic.

For more information visit http://www.lsi.upc.edu/recerca/moving.

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