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Newspaper Features UMaine Virtual Reality Device

A Bangor Daily News feature story about the University of Maine Virtual Environment and Multimodal Interaction (VEMI) Laboratory in Boardman Hall included comments from Nicholas Giudice, a UMaine School of Computing Information Sciences assistant professor in spatial information science and engineering, and Richard Corey, VEMI laboratory manager, who discussed a head-mounted device that can simulate a variety of virtual realities. The device could be used for emergency training or, eventually, to augment navigation for people with diminished spatial recognition.

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