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EVL has actively engaged in designing and building first and second-generation virtual reality devices since the prototype CAVE™ in 1991, and subsequently, the ImmersaDesk™ in 1995. Third generation visualization and virtual reality systems included the development of tabletop systems, touch tables, and autostereoscopic displays.

In 2012, EVL erected the next-generation hybrid reality system in the CAVE2™, a seamless 2D / 3D environment that supports both information-rich analysis as well as virtual reality simulation exploration by combining 2D and 3D capabilities in a single system.

The results of this research are widely published in conference proceedings, professional journals, and books. Included among the list of more notable publications are Proceedings of the Immersive Projection Technology Workshops, and the IEEE Virtual Reality, SPIE, SIGGRAPH and INET conferences.