EventScope: Bringing Remote Experience of Mars to the Public through Telepresence

E. Myers, Peter Coppin, Michael D. Wagner, Karl Fischer, Dan Luisa Lu, W.R. McCloskey, and David Seneker
2004 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, October, 2004, pp. 16 - 17.


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Abstract
Telepresence, experiencing a place without physically being there, offers an important means for the public experience of remote locations such as distant continents or other planets. EventScope presents one such telepresence visualization interface for bringing scientific missions to the public. Currently, remote experience lessons based on NASA? Mars Exploration Rover missions are being made available through the EventScope framework to museums, classrooms, and the public at large.

Notes
Associated Center(s) / Consortia: Field Robotics Center
Associated Project(s): EventScope
Number of pages: 2

Text Reference
E. Myers, Peter Coppin, Michael D. Wagner, Karl Fischer, Dan Luisa Lu, W.R. McCloskey, and David Seneker, "EventScope: Bringing Remote Experience of Mars to the Public through Telepresence," 2004 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, October, 2004, pp. 16 - 17.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Coppin_2004_5638,
   author = "E. Myers and Peter Coppin and Michael D Wagner and Karl Fischer and Dan Luisa Lu and W.R. McCloskey and David Seneker",
   title = "EventScope: Bringing Remote Experience of Mars to the Public through Telepresence",
   booktitle = "2004 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization",
   pages = "16 - 17",
   month = "October",
   year = "2004",
}