NASA VIEW (Virtual Interface Environment Workstation)
external image nasa_hmd.jpg
Developer
NASA Ames
Platform
Hewlett Packard 9000
ISG Technologies
Display
4" color LCD (Citizen Watch Co.)
Resolution
512x512 ?
Refresh rate
30 FPS
Low-persistence
No
Optics
LEEP (Pop-Optix Labs)
Head tracking

Hand tracking
VPL Dataglove
FOV

3D audio
Yes
Weight

Release date
1985
 Price
 

History


Virtual Environment Display System
"By early 1985, he designed and developed NASA's first Virtual Environment Workstation, a personal simulator and telepresence device consisting of a host computer, an interactive computer graphics system, video imaging technology, and the VIVED system."

Media







(at 41:20)

In the media

http://www.scientificamerican.com/magazine/sa/1987/10-01/
external image sci_am_cover.jpg Scientific American (October 1987)

Relevant forum threads

https://www.reddit.com/r/oculus/comments/44j6g3/nasa_had_a_vr_hmd_prototype_with_gesture_tracking/

References


External links

[[|Official website]]
NASA VIEWlab
NASA Virtual Environment Workstation
A Critical History of Computer Graphics and Animation - Section 17: Virtual Reality
http://scaruffi.com/svhistory/sv/chap92.html