Workshop: Virtual reality and virtual environments, France

October 14, 2005

Brussels, 13 Oct 2005

The second international workshop on virtual reality and virtual environments organised by the INTUITION consortium, 'INTUITION 2005', will take place in Paris, France, from 24 to 25 November.

The Workshop, supported by the European Commission and organized by CEA, will provide a major opportunity for VR (virtual reality) researchers to meet. Participants will include VR experts and representatives from Europe's biggest industries interested in VR and its many different application areas (automotive, aerospace, energy, telecom, education etc).

INTUITION is among the biggest Networks of Excellence funded by the European Commission's FP6 information society technologies programme. INTUITION 58 partners share the objective to bring together leading experts and key actors across all major areas of VE understanding, development, testing and application in Europe.

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