Virtual Reality Monitoring: How Real is Virtual Reality?
by Keith Hullfish
This research was supported by AFOSR grant #F49620-93-1-0339. The author wishes to thank Dr. Tom Furness for the opportunity to work at the HIT Lab. Furthermore, the author wishes to express sincere appreciation to Dr. Maxwell Wells and Dr. Earl Hunt for their guidance and assistance in preparing this thesis. Also, special thanks to Dr. Hunter Hoffman and Stacey Houston for their help in getting this thesis started, and to the SBC in Kirkland for the office space. Also, the author wishes to acknowledge some development help from members of the HIT Lab staff.
My thesis is dedicated to Mom and Dad for giving me the courage to think for myself.
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