The Virtual Environment Vehicle Interface: a dynamic, distributed, and flexible virtual environment

Laurent Piguet, Butler Hine, Phillip Hontalas, Terrence W. Fong, and Erik Nygren
IMAGINA '96: New Frontiers of CyberExistence, March, 1996.


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Abstract
The Virtual Environment Vehicle Interface (VEVI) is a software environment developed for the control and visualization of remotely located robotic vehicles. The design and implementation of this interface were driven by experience with several field missions which have defined key areas to be addressed. This paper describes three of these concepts and demonstrates the approach with examples from recent missions.

Keywords
virtual reality

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Text Reference
Laurent Piguet, Butler Hine, Phillip Hontalas, Terrence W. Fong, and Erik Nygren, "The Virtual Environment Vehicle Interface: a dynamic, distributed, and flexible virtual environment," IMAGINA '96: New Frontiers of CyberExistence, March, 1996.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Fong_1996_3185,
   author = "Laurent Piguet and Butler Hine and Phillip Hontalas and Terrence W Fong and Erik Nygren",
   title = "The Virtual Environment Vehicle Interface: a dynamic, distributed, and flexible virtual environment",
   booktitle = "IMAGINA '96: New Frontiers of CyberExistence",
   month = "March",
   year = "1996",
}