CONF: VRAIS (IEEE VR) Conference Registration, Seattle, Sep 18-22, 1993 
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 CONF: VRAIS (IEEE VR) Conference Registration, Seattle, Sep 18-22, 1993

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= MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL IEEE CONFERENCE  =
=               ON VIRTUAL REALITY TECHNOLOGY                      =
=                -- email Registration Form --                     =
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 "IEEE VRAIS-93: Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium"
                    18-22 September, 1993
                       Seattle, WA, USA

       I   E   E   E  -  V  R   A   I   S  -  1   9   9   3

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Sponsored by the IEEE Neural Networks Council's Virtual Reality
Technology Committee with constituent societies:

IEEE Circuits and Systems Society    IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Computer Society                IEEE Controls Society
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society  IEEE Industry Applications Society
IEEE Information Theory Society      IEEE Lasers and EO Society
IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society     IEEE Power Engineering SOciety
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society IEEE Signal Processing Society
IEEE Systems, Man & {*filter*}netics Society

in colloboration with:
SPIE - the International Society for Optical Engineering

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION VRAIS'93
Sheraton Seattle Hotel & Towers
September 18-22, 1993

LAST NAME__________________________________________Dr Mr Ms

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES ENCLOSED:
(includes one set of Proceedings)

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IEEE/SPIE Member        ___$325                 ___$400
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Students                ___$ 95                 ___$110
(Students must include letter from Department Head stating
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I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL PROCEEDINGS:

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Please note that the price at the conference will be:
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Land MAIL TO:   VRAIS'93 Symposium Office
                5665 Oberlin Drive, Suite 110
                San Diego, CA 92121

                Tel (619) 453-6222
                FAX (619) 535-3880


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Organizer(s)                    Title
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# 1: Thomas P.  Piantanida       Basic Phenomena of Vision
SRI International

#2: Steve Bryson                Introduction to Virtual Reality Implementation
NASA Ames Research Center

#3: Elizabeth M.  Wenzel        Psychophysics and Technology
NASA Ames Research Center       of Virtual Acoustic Displays

#4: Arden  Strasser             Head-Mounted Display Engineering
Virtual Reality, Inc.

#5: Edward Colgate              Force Reflecting Interfaces to Teleoperators and
Northwestern University         Virtual Environments
Blake Hannaford
U. of Washington

#6: Chris  Esposito             User Interface Issues for Virtual Systems
Boeing Computer Services

#7: Henry A. Sowizral           Introduction to Virtual Reality
Boeing Computer Services

#8: Stephen R.  Ellis           Design and Calibration of Men and Machines in
NASA Ames Research Center       Virtual Environments

#9: Reza  Jalili                Virtual Reality Architecture for Distributed,
IBM T.J. Watson Center          Multi-User Environments

#10: Lawrence W.  Stark, M.D.   Virtual Environments, Display
Univ. of California, Berkeley   Enahncements, and Top-Down Vision
Won S. Kim
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

#11: Hans Jense                 Applying Virtual Environment Technology for
Fysisch en Elektronisch         Training and Simulation
Laboratorium TNO

#12: Mark  Green                Techniques for Geometrical Modeling and Animatio
n
University of Alberta           in Virtual Reality

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=               ON VIRTUAL REALITY TECHNOLOGY                      =          
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 "IEEE VRAIS-93: Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium"
                    18-22 September, 1993
                       Seattle, WA, USA

       I   E   E   E  -  V  R   A   I   S  -  1   9   9   3

                    S   E   A   T   T   L   E

Sponsored by the IEEE Neural Networks Council's Virtual Reality
Technology Committee with constituent societies:

IEEE Circuits and Systems Society    IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Computer Society                IEEE Controls Society
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society  IEEE Industry Applications Society
IEEE Information Theory Society      IEEE Lasers and EO Society
IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society     IEEE Power Engineering SOciety
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society IEEE Signal Processing Society
IEEE Systems, Man & {*filter*}netics Society

in colloboration with:
SPIE - the International Society for Optical Engineering

For Registration Information, contact....

                VRAIS'93 Symposium Office
                5665 Oberlin Drive, Suite 110
                San Diego, CA 92121

                Tel (619) 453-6222
                FAX (619) 535-3880


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*               PROGRAM  SCHEDULE VRAIS 1993                *
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MONDAY   20 September 1993

SESSION 1 10:00-12:00
Track 1:  "Applications"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"Virtual Reality Application for Software Visualization of a Power Control Syste
m"
Haruo Amari, Toshiki Nagumo, Mikio Okada, Michitaka Hirose, Takemochi Ishii
Computer & Communication Research Center
Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc
Tokyo, JAPAN

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2:
"Adding Reality to the Virtual"
James Calvin, Alan{*filter*}ens, Bob Gaines, James Gonzalez, Paul Metzger, Dale Mille
r,
Dan Owen, Richard Schaffer
BBN Systems & Technologies
Cambridge, MA, USA

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:
"The Use of Virtual Reality at Boeing"s Huntsville Laboratories"
Steve Tanner
Boeing Defense & Space
Huntsville, AL, USA

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"The Virtual Windtunne: A High-Performance Virtual Reality Application"
Steve Bryson
NASA Ames Research Center
Moffett Field, CA, USA

Track 2:  "Human Factors"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"The Effect of Interocular Distance upon Operator Performance using Stereoscopic
 Displays to Perform Virtual
Depth Tasks"
Louis B. Rosenberg
Stanford, CA, USA

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2:
"Spatial Perception in Virtual Environments: Evaluating an Architectural Applica
tion"
Daniel Henry, Thomas Furness
WORLDESIGN
Seattle, WA, USA

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:
"Rationale and Strategy for VR Standards"
Barry J. Shepherd
IBM Corporation
Austin, TX, USA

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"The Heaven and Earth Virtual Reality: Designing Applications for Novice Users"
Kim M. Fairchild, Beng Hai Lee, Joel Loo, Hern Ng, Luis Serra
National Univ Singapore
Singapore

LUNCH BREAK 12:00-1:00

SESSION 2  1:00-3:00
Track 1: "Applications/Robotics/Teleoperation"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:  
"A Virtual World for Network Management"
Steven Feiner, Michelle Zhou, Laurence Crutcher, Aurel Lazar
Columbia University
New York, NY, USA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"Human-Like Motion Primitives in a Novel Task-Encoding Scheme for the MIT - MANU
S"
Hermano I. Krebs, Neville Hogan
Massachusetts Inst Technology
Cambridge, MA, USA

 2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"Ground Control Testbed for Space Station Freedom Robot Manipulators"
R.S. Askew, M.A. Diftler
Lockheed Engineering & Sci Co
Houston, TX, USA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"Virtual Fixtures: Perceptual Tools for Telerobotic Manipulation"
Louis B. Rosenberg
Stanford, CA, USA

Track 2: "Human Factors"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:
"A Research Testbed for Virtual Environment Training Applications"
J. Michael Moshell, Brian S. Blau, Bruce Knerr, Donald R. Lampton, James P. Blis
s
Inst Simulation & Training
Orlando, FL, USA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"Presence in Virtual Environments"
Mel Slater, Martin Usoh
University of London
London, UNITED KINGDOM

2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"Task-Oriented Design of Virtual Worlds"
Chris Stary
Technische Universitat Wien
Vienna, AUSTRIA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"Interactive Adaptive Interface Using Recursive Fuzzy Reasoning"
Fumihito Arai, Toshio Fukuda, Yoshihiro Yamamoto, Toru Naito, Teruyuki Matsui
Nagoya University
Nagoya, JAPAN

COFFEE BREAK 3:00-3:15

SESSION 3   3:15-5:15
Track 1: " Body Sensing"

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"Non-Linear Interactive Motion Control Techniques for Virtual Space Navigation"
Deyang Song, Michael Norman
University of Illinois
Urbana, IL, USA

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2:
"A Novel Gestural Input Device for Virtual Reality"
Christoph Maggioni
SIEMENS AG
Munchen, GERMANY

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:
"Transmission of Realistic Sensastion: Development of a Virtual Dome"
Michitaka Hirose, Kensuke Yokoyama, Shinichi Sato
University of Tokyo
Tokyo, JAPAN

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"Tracking Position and Orientation in a Large Volume"
Henry Sowizral, James C. Barnes
Boeing Computer Services
Seattle, WA, USA

Track 2: "Human Factors/Sensory Feedback"

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"Explorations of Display Interfaces for Virtual Reality"
Michael Deering
Sun Microsystems
Mountain View, CA, USA

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2:
"Visual Detection of Coarticulatory Anticipation in the Time Course of Handwriti
ng"
Sonia Kandel, Louis-Jean Boe, J. P. Orliaguet
Inst Communication Parlee
Grenoble, FRANCE

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:
"Human Performance Evaluation of Manipulation Schemes in Virtual Environments"
Shumin Zhai, Paul Milgram
University of Toronto
Toronto, CANADA

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"Touch and Trace on the Free-Form Surface of Virtual Object"
Yoshitaka Adachi
Suzuki Motor Corporation
Yokohama,  JAPAN

Evening Presentation 7:30-9:00 Industry Panel
  Chairman: David Mizell - Boeing

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TUESDAY   21 September 1993

SESSION 1 10:00-12:00
Track 1:  "Body Sensing / Sensory Transducers"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"The Power Glove Serial Interface: Touching the Future"
Jim Brain, Ben Gross
Urbana, IL, USA

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2:
"The Use of 3-D Audio in a Synthetic Environment: Building an Aural Rendererfor
a Distributed Virtual
Reality System"
Stephen T. Pope, Lennart E. Fahlen
Swedish Inst Computer Science
Kista, SWEDEN

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:
"ASPECT: Audio SPatial Environment for CommunicaTion - as a Three Dimensional Au
ditory Interaction
Tool"
Tatsuhiro Yonekura, Nobuyoshi Ariyoshi
Ibaraki University
Ibaraki, JAPAN

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"Synthesis of 3D Virtual Auditory Space via a Spatial Feature Extraction and Reg
ularization Model of HRTF"
Jiashu Chen, Barry D. Van Veen, Kurt E. Hecox
University Wisconsin
Madison, WI, USA

Track 2: "Sensory Feedback"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"OMAR - A haptic display for speech perception by deaf and deaf-blind individual
s"
Silvio P. Eberhardt, Lynne E. Bernstein, David C. Coulter, Laura A. Hunckler
Swarthmore College
Swarthmore, PA, USA

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2:
"Implementation of Stiff Virtual Walls in Force-Reflecting Interfaces"
J. Edward Colgate, Paul E. Grafing, Michael C. Stanley
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:  
"Dynamic Force Simulator for Force Feedback Human-Machine Interaction"
Hideki Hashimoto, Yasuharu Kunii, Martin Buss, Fumio Harashima
University of Tokyo
Tokyo, JAPAN

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"Design of a High Performance Haptic Interface to Virtual Environments"
P.A. Millman, Michael Stanley, J. Edward Colgate
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

Lunch Break 1200-1300

SESSION 2  1:00-3:00
Track 1: "Sensory Transducers"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:
"Video See-through Design for Merging of Real and Virtual Environments"
Emily K. Edwards, Jannick P. Rolland
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC, USA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"Augmented Eye"
Paul Manhart
Lightpath Research Inc,
Tucson, AZ, USA

 2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"Calibration of Head-Mounted Displays for Augmented Reality Applications"
Adam L. Janin, David W. Mizell, Thomas P. Caudell
Boeing Computer Services
Seattle, WA, USA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"Development of Surface Display"
Koichi Hirota, Michitaka Hirose
University of Tokyo
Tokyo, JAPAN

Track 2: "Sensory Feedback"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:
"Perceptual Feedback Issues in Dexterous Telemanipulation: Part I. Finger Force
Feedback"
Karun B. Shimoga
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"Perceptual Feedback Issues in Dexterous Telemanipulation: Part II. Finger Touch
 Feedback"
Karun Shimoga
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA

 2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"Design of An Interactive Lumbar Puncture Simulator With Tactile Feedback"
Mikael Bostrom, Sunil K. Singh, C.W. Wiley
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH, USA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"Pen-based Haptic Virtual Environment"
Hiroo Iwata
University of Tsukuba
Ibaraki, JAPAN

COFFEE BREAK 3:00-3:15

SESSION 3   3:15-5:15
Track 1: "Graphics"    

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"An Interactive Graphics Display Architecture"
Matthew Regan, Ronald Pose
Monash University
Clayton, Victoria
AUSTRALIA

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2:
"Sparcchair: A One Hundred Milion Pixel Display"
Bruce A. Reichlen
Sun Microsystems Laboratories
Chelmsford, MA, USA

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:
"Image Generation Implications for Networked Tactical Training Systems"
Rick D. Bess
BBN Advanced Simulation
Bellevue, WA, USA

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"Image Generation Design for Ground-Based Network Training Environments"
Brian Soderberg, Dale Miller
BBN Advanced Simulation
Bellevue, WA, USA

Track 2: "Sensory Feedback(2)/Software Systems"

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"A Desktop 3D Interface with Force Feedback"
Masahiro Ishii, Yukihiro Hirata, Makoto Sato
Tokyo Inst Technology
Yokohama, JAPAN

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2:
"Robotic Graphics: A New Approach to Force Feedback for Virtual Reality"
William A. McNeely
Boeing Computer Services
Seattle, WA, USA

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:  
"Agent-supported Interactive Exploration of Virtual Buildings"
Jurgen Emhardt
Freie Universitat Berlin, Institut fur Informatik
BERLIN, GERMANY

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"A Heterogeneous Architecture for Stereoscopic Visualisation"
Mark Nelson, Mario Cavaiuolo, Andre Yakovleff
Defense Science & Tech Orgtn.
Salisbury, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Evening Presentation 7:30-9:00 Government Panel
  Chairman: Y. T. Chien - NSF

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WEDNESDAY  22 September 1993

SESSION 1 1000-1200
Track 1: "Graphics"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"Data Complexity for Virtual Reality: Where do all the Triangles Go?"
Michael Deering
Sun Microsystems
Mountain View, CA, USA

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2:
"A Full Color VGA Field Sequential Display for Head Mounted Applications"
Dave Allen, Ken Hawken, Tom Haven, Philip Bos
Tektronix Inc.
Beaverton, OR, USA

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:
"Performance Limits of Stereoscopic Viewing Systems Using Active and Passive Gla
sses"
Philip Bos
Tektronix Inc.
Beaverton, OR, USA

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"A Note on Averaging Rotations"
W. Dan Curtis, Adam L. Janin, and Karel Zikan
Boeing Computer Services,
Seattle, WA, USA

Track 2: "Software Systems"

 10:00-10:30 Speaker 1:
"The Virtual Panel Architecture: A 3D Gesture Framework"
Augustine Su, Richard Furuta
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, USA

 10:30-11:00 Speaker 2: 48
"DIVE - a Multi User Virtual Reality System"
Christer Carlsson, Olof Hagsand
Swedish Institute Computer Sci
Stockholm, SWEDEN

 11:00-11:30 Speaker 3:
"A Toolkit for Developing Multi-User Distributed Virtual Environments"
C. F. Codella, R. Jalili, L. Koved, J. B. Lewis
IBM T.J. Watson Research Ctr
Yorktown Heights, NY, USA

 11:30-12:00 Speaker 4:
"A Study of an Operator Assistant for Virtual Space"
Alain Chanezon, Haruo Takemura, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Fumio Kishino
ATR Communication Systems
Kyoto, JAPAN

LUNCH BREAK 12:00-1:00

SESSION 2  1:00-3:00
Track 1: "Animation / Neural/Fuzzy"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:
"Realtime Collision Detection for Virtual Reality Applications"
Ji-Hoon Youn, K. Wohn
Computer Science Department
KAIST
Taejon, KOREA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"Generating Autonomous Dynamic Behavior for Computer Animation: A Constrained Op
timal Control
Approach"
Sunil K. Singh, Alok Kumar, Lin Shi
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH, USA

 2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"The Virtual Sailor: An Implementation of Interactive Human Body Modeling"
David T. Chen, Steven D. Pieper, Sunil K. Singh, Joseph M. Rosen, David L. Zeltz
er
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH, USA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"A Method for Training Feed Forward Neural Networks to be Fault Tolerant"
H. Elsimary, S. Mashally, S. Shahine
Rochester, NY, USA

Track 2: "Software Systems"

 1:00-1:30 Speaker 1:
"Making WAVES: On the Design of Architectures for Low-end Distributed Virtual En
vironments"
Rick Kazman
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
CANADA

 1:30-2:00 Speaker 2:
"A System Architecture for Virtual Worlds"
James Calvin, Alan{*filter*}ens, Bob Gaines, James Gonzalez, Paul Metzger, Dale Mille
r, Dan Owen, Richard
Schaffer
BBN Systems & Technologies
Cambridge, MA, USA

 2:00-2:30 Speaker 3:
"Real Time Simulation of Stiff Dynamic Systems via Distributed Memory Parallel P
rocessors"
Michael C. Stanley, James E. Colgate
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL, USA

 2:30-3:00 Speaker 4:
"The MR Toolkit Peers Package and Experiment"
Chris Shaw, Mark Green
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
CANADA

COFFEE BREAK 3:00-3:15

SESSION  3   3:15-5:15
Track 1: "Neural/Fuzzy / Teleconferencing"

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"Virtual Worlds as Fuzzy Cognitive Maps"
Julie A.{*filter*}erson, Bart Kosko
University Southern California
Los Angeles, CA, USA

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2
"Neural Modeling of Face Animation for Telecommuting in Virtual Reality"
Thomas P. Caudell, Adam L. Janin, Sean K. Johnson
Boeing Computer Services
Seattle, WA, USA

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:
"{*filter*} Expression Synthesis Based on Natural Voice for Virtual Face-to-Face Com
munication with Machine"
Shigeo Morishima,  Hiroshi Harashima
Tokyo, JAPAN

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"Real-time Reproduction of 3D Human Images in Virtual Space Teleconferencing"
Jun Ohya, Yasuichi Kitamura, Haruo Takemura, Fumio Kishino, Nobuyoshi Terashima
ART Communications Systems
Kyoto, JAPAN

Track 2: "Modeling"

 3:15-3:45 Speaker 1:
"A Direct Deformation Method"
Juli Yamashita, Yukio Fukui
AIST, MITI
Ibaraki, JAPAN

 3:45-4:15 Speaker 2:
"A Development of Dynamic Deforming Algorithms for 3D Shape Modeling"
Kenji Yamamoto, Akio Ishiguro, Yoshiki Uchikawa
Nagoya University
Nagoya, JAPAN

 4:15-4:45 Speaker 3:
"Virtual Aristotelean Physics"
Timothy Poston, Kim M. Fairchild
National University Singapore
Singapore

 4:45-5:15 Speaker 4:
"A Direct 3-D Shape Modeling System"
Ken-ichi Kameyama, Koichi Ohtomi
Toshiba Corporation
Kawasaki, JAPAN

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