iCORE Launches Two New Research Chairs March 15, 2005 
Dr. Pierre Boulanger meets the media at the iCORE launch at the U of A on March 15, 2005
Dr. Pierre Boulanger meets the media at the iCORE launch at the U of A on March 15, 2005

Dr. Pierre Boulanger at the launch of his new research chair, the iCORE/TRLabs Industrial Research Chair in Virtual Collaborative Environments
Dr. Pierre Boulanger at the launch of his new research chair, the iCORE/TRLabs Industrial Research Chair in Virtual Collaborative Environments

Dr. Randy Goebel, new iCORE President and CEO, beams at the launch of the two new research chairs at the UofA and Uof C
Dr. Randy Goebel, new iCORE President and CEO, beams at the launch of the two new research chairs at the UofA and Uof C

Guests wear 3D type glasses to view the projection in this demonstration leading up to the virtual environment
Guests wear 3D type glasses to view the projection in this demonstration leading up to the virtual environment

Inside The Cave, the virtual visualization environment
Inside The Cave, the virtual visualization environment

The Cave tour guide
The Cave tour guide

Wearing special stereoscopic glasses to "see" the virtual protein molecule projected in  3D
Wearing special stereoscopic glasses to "see" the virtual protein molecule projected in 3D

Inside The Cave in Dr. Pierre Boulanger's research lab.  When you put on special stereoscopic glasses, the projected image of a molecule appears to suspend in mid-air, right at your fingertips.
Inside The Cave in Dr. Pierre Boulanger's research lab. When you put on special stereoscopic glasses, the projected image of a molecule appears to suspend in mid-air, right at your fingertips.

The Cave setup allows for simultaneous video conferencing between researchers at different locations while viewing the projected virtual molecule
The Cave setup allows for simultaneous video conferencing between researchers at different locations while viewing the projected virtual molecule

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