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Virtual Reality: Human Computer Interaction

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Virtual Reality: Human Computer Interaction
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535107217
Number of pages: 306

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At present, virtual reality has impact on information organization and management and even changes design principle of information systems, which will make it adapt to application requirements. The book aims to provide a broader perspective of virtual reality on development and application.

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