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a) b) Figure 1 : Foveal inset. a: The user directs the projection of the foveal inset using a laser pointer. The size of the projected inset is significantly smaller than the tiles of the rear-projected display wall, thus providing a higher resolution. b: Magnified view of a high-resolution slice of a cryosection of a monkey brain. The boundary between the high-resolution foveal inset (left) and the lower-resolution display wall (right) is clearly visible. Note that the pixel dimensions of thedoi:10.1109/vr.2006.7 dblp:conf/vr/AhlbornKHS06 fatcat:azmac3jdhjcbxiwhvjjtjljfue