To be clear, I did not develop this marvellous piece of software, but only migrated it to the CAVE system of the Johannes Kepler University (JKU), Linz, Austria. The software was developed by the great team at the Institute of Technical Computer Sciences and Telematics. I migrated the complete software package to the CAVE system, made it working with the VR interaction devices. I utilized IRIS Performer, OpenGL, CAVELib on SGIs to realize this project.
- Collaborators: Artur Lugmayr, Oliver Schoenbrunner, Michael Haller, Roland Holm, Markus Kurka, Hans Messner, and Prof. Jens Volkert,
- Industry Partner: OMV
- Active: 1999-2000
- Lugmayr, A. & Schoenbrunner, O. 2000. Practical Approaches in CAVE Programming (CAVE Projects at the University of Linz). In: Hollands, R. (ed.). UKVRSIG 2000, Proceedings of the Seventh UK VR-SIG Conference, 19th September, 2000, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. s. 173-182.
- “ModernTimes” (Austrian scientific TV magazine, www.orf.at). Rafinerieunfall im Simulator. An Austrian scientific magazine broadcasted a report about the whole project on the 31rd, May 2000. The video can be downloaded from http://www.faw.uni-linz.ac.at/highlights/frame_video_d.html.
If you wonder how I was looking in 2000 – here some ‘screenshots’ of mine (there was no Facebook during these times…):