OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies

Dyck E, Zell E, Kohsik A, Grewe P, Winter Y, Piefke M, Botsch M (2012)
Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany.

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Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation
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Darmstadt, Germany
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2012-12-06
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Dyck E, Zell E, Kohsik A, et al. OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany.
Dyck, E., Zell, E., Kohsik, A., Grewe, P., Winter, Y., Piefke, M., & Botsch, M. (2012). OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany.
Dyck, E., Zell, E., Kohsik, A., Grewe, P., Winter, Y., Piefke, M., and Botsch, M. (2012).“OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies”. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany.
Dyck, E., et al., 2012. OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany.
E. Dyck, et al., “OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies”, Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany, 2012.
Dyck, E., Zell, E., Kohsik, A., Grewe, P., Winter, Y., Piefke, M., Botsch, M.: OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany (2012).
Dyck, Eugen, Zell, Eduard, Kohsik, Agnes, Grewe, Philip, Winter, York, Piefke, Martina, and Botsch, Mario. “OctaVis: An Easy-to-Use VR-System for Clinical Studies”. Presented at the Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Darmstadt, Germany, 2012.
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