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Trends in Interactive Visualization
Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) has some production applications (e.g., in vehicle design and psychiatric treatment), but it is often viewed as an expensive, over-hyped technology with insufficient and/or unproven benefit over conventional desktop systems. With steady research progress at many institutions and advances in hardware and software technologies, immersive scientific visualization is a third application area in which IVR is having a positive impact and is beginning to attract moredoi:10.1007/978-1-84800-269-2_10 fatcat:5fowtdkccjf3ncplcjbk5a3f2i