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DIVERSE: A Framework for Building Extensible and Reconfigurable Device Independent Virtual Environments

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Author(s)

John T. Kelso, L E. Arsenault, Steven G. Satterfield, R D. Kriz

Abstract

We present DIVERSE, a highly modular collection of complementary software packages designed to facilitate the creation of device independent virtual environments. DIVERSE is free/open source software, containing both end-user programs and C++ APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). DgiPf is the DIVERSE graphics interface to OpenGL Performer(TM). A program using DgiPf can run on platforms ranging from fully immersive systems such as CAVEs(TM) to generic desktop workstations without modification. We will describe DgiPf's design and present a specific example of how it is being used to aid researchers.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings IEEE Virtual Reality 2002
Conference Dates
March 24, 2002-March 27, 2004
Conference Location
Orlando, FL

Citation

Kelso, J. , Arsenault, L. , Satterfield, S. and Kriz, R. (2002), DIVERSE: A Framework for Building Extensible and Reconfigurable Device Independent Virtual Environments, Proceedings IEEE Virtual Reality 2002, Orlando, FL (Accessed May 28, 2024)

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Created December 31, 2002, Updated February 19, 2017