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Immersive 3D Visualization Under Linux
Posted Tue February 25, 2003 @06:07PM
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Hardware Fakespace Systems, makers of immersive visualization environments, and Xi Graphics, makers of hardware graphics drivers for the Linux OS, have teamed to develop a new software driver that enables stereoscopic immersive environments to run on the Linux platform.

Now Fakespace visualization systems that incorporate digital projection technology, such as the CAVE®, RAVE II™, WorkWall™, and ImmersaDesk®, can run Linux-based applications using off-the-shelf graphics cards.

"The demand for Linux-based software applications in the government and education sectors is growing," said Steve Fine, vice president of engineering at Fakespace Systems. "By teaming with XiG, we are able to provide a complete solution for engineers and researchers using Linux applications to solve complex problems using the world's most advanced visualization systems."

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