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Surgical simulators and computer games share the enabling technologies in the human-machine interface. With appropriate design and development, the computer-game-like medical training simulator could be used in surgical training. The authors describe a PC-based system for the simulation of the...
Games have long been used as a tool for teaching important subject matter, from concept building to problem solving. Through fun learning, students may further develop their curiosities and interest in their study. This article addresses the issue of learning biomolecular structures by virtual...
Computer games are continuously improving graphics capabilities and game play, but the market demands show that more compelling gaming applications are required. In this article, the requirements of modern gaming applications are investigated and a classification of the most significant game...
Virtual reality has been applied to many areas such as education, art, entertainment, engineering, and sports simulation. Two case studies for sports simulation are presented here: the simulation of pattern design for group calisthenics and the simulation of the layout for group eurhythmics (art...
Collision detection in simulation can easily become a bottleneck due to its computationally intensive nature. Recent developments in graphics hardware, however, offer a viable solution for rapid and efficient collision detection. The authors propose a new two-phase technique using the latest...
This article presents an implementation of a real-time dynamic 3D avatar from multiview cameras for immersive telecommunication. Immersive telecommunication is a new challenging field that enables a user to share a virtual space with remote participants, providing users with a sense of...
The ease of modifying computer games renders them effective as low-cost virtual worlds that have found relevance in military experimentation. This article presents the Singapore Armed Forces’ (SAF) and the Defence Science & Technology Agency’s (DSTA) initiatives to leverage games for concept...
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