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May 12th, 2003
Virtual Reality on the Laboratory Table
"It is now possible to, for example, study molecular interactions in a virtual space in real-time." Koutek, an electrical engineer, developed new visualisation software for virtual reality (VR), and a new technology for visual force-feedback.
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