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Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges B Contributors Many individuals contributed to the committee's thinking and its drafting of various sections of the report by serving as presenters, consultants, and advisers. The list below acknowledges these contributors and their affiliations. Bishnu Atal, American Telephone & Telegraph Kurt Akeley, Silicon Graphics, Inc. Walter Aviles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Norman Badler, University of Pennsylvania Paul Barham, Naval Postgraduate School Klaus Biggers, University of Utah William Bricken, University of Washington Martin Buehler, McGill University Matt Conway, University of Virginia Hari Das, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Thomas DeFanti, University of Illinois-Chicago Paul DiZio, Brandeis University John Falby, Naval Postgraduate School Scott Foster, Crystal River Engineering Eric Foxlin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Blake Hannaford, University of Washington Vincent Hayward, McGill University Eric Howlett, Leep Systems Ian Hunter, McGill University Charles Hutchenson, Dartmouth College
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Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges Bonnie John, Carnegie Mellon University Kenneth Kaplan, Harvard University Kristen M. Kelleher, Naval Postgraduate School Thomas Knight, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Arthur Kramer, University of Illinois Ronald Kruk, CAE Electronics Jaron Lanier, Consultant Jeng-Feng Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ming C. Lin, Naval Postgraduate School Michael R. Macedonia, Naval Postgraduate School John Makhoul, BBN Laboratories, Inc. David Mizell, Boeing Joshua Mogal, Silicon Graphics, Inc. Steve Molnar, University of North Carolina Thomas Piantanida, SRI International David Pratt, Naval Postgraduate School Richard Satava, Advanced Research Projects Agency Barbara Shinn-Cunningham, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kenneth Stevens, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alan Steward, Apparel CIM Center Susumu Tachi, University of Tokyo Thomas Wiegand, Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Winget, Silicon Graphics, Inc. Thomas Zeffiro, National Institutes of Health David Zeltzer; Massachusetts Institute of Technology Advisers Scott Fisher, Telepresence Richard Held, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Thomas Sheridan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology George Zweig, Los Alamos National Laboratory Consultant Harold Van Cott, National Research Council Liaison Lawrence W. Stark, Committee on Human Factors Sponsors Bernard Corona, Human Research and Engineering Directorate, Army Research Laboratory
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Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges Brenda Thein, Human Research and Engineering Directorate, Army Research Laboratory John Tangney, Air Force Office of Scientific Research Col. William Strickland, Human Resource Directorate, Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks AFB Hendrick Ruck, Human Resource Directorate, Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks AFB Kenneth Boff, Human Engineering Division, Crew Systems Directorate, Armstrong Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB Robert Eggleston, Human Engineering Division, Crew Systems Directorate, Armstrong Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB Claire Gordon, U.S. Army Natick R&D Center James Sampson, U.S. Army Natick R&D Center James Jenkins, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Y. T. Chien, National Science Foundation John Hestenes, National Science Foundation George Cotter, National Security Agency Norman Glick, National Security Agency Sharon Stanfield, Sandia National Laboratory
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