UALR's Virtual Reality Going Places, Really
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UALR's Virtual Reality Going Places, Really

Last week, UALR's Emerging Analytics Center showcased its two VR student projects during Supercomputing 2015 (SC15), an international conference for high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis held in Austin, Texas.
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Update: Tech Park, Richard Mays Settle on Price

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Illumina Laser Lights Up New York

The Illumina laser projection system from Power Technology Inc. of Alexander has made it all the way to New York, New York.
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