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A Virtual and Augmented Reality System Design to Assist Operations at the Chattanooga Creek Superfund Cleanup Site

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2 Author(s)
Vadlamudi, S. ; University of Tennessee ; Koch, D.B.

Virtual reality involves reproducing all the details of a real-world physical object or environment that needs to be simulated graphically with a computer. Augmented reality is the mixing of computer-generated information with the user??s view of the real world. This paper presents the results of designing an interactive virtual reality simulation and augmented reality simulation of the Chattanooga Creek superfund cleanup site located in Chattanooga, TN. The augmented reality portion of the design provides a wearable system for use by personnel working at the site.

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SoutheastCon, 2004. Proceedings. IEEE

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26-29 March 2004