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Developer
NASA Ames
Platform
DEC PDP 11/40 computer
Picture System 2 graphics computer
Display
2.7" black & white LCD per eye
From Sony Watchman FD-230)
Resolution
320x240 ? / 100x100 [1]? per eye
Refresh rate

Low-persistence
No
Optics
LEEP
Tracking
6 DoF
Polhemus noncontact tracker
FOV
120° horizontal monocular
90° stereoscopic
120° vertical
Latency

Hand tracking
Flex-sensing gloves
Tactile input
6 DoF tracking
3D audio
Yes
Weight

Release date
1984 [2]
 Price
~$2,000 [3] 

History

https://books.google.fr/books?id=8g2nJyX2INIC&pg=PA38

Media



In the media


Relevant forum threads


External links

[[|Official website]]
http://www.leepvr.com/history.php
Virtual Environment Display System (1986)
NASA Tech Briefs Volume 12 Number 7 (July/August 1988)
Virtual Reality Technology by Grigore C. Burdea and Philippe Coiffet (2003)
https://design.osu.edu/carlson/history/lesson17.html
A History of LEEP by Eric Howlett (February 16, 2006)
http://scaruffi.com/svhistory/sv/chap92.html
  1. ^ Virtual Reality Excursions with Programs in C
  2. ^ Virtual Reality Systems
  3. ^ Time Machines: NASA goes virtual at CES