AZ-LIVE Immersive 3D
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The University of Arizona's Laboratory for Immersive Visualization Environments (AZ-LIVE) is a space where researchers, faculty, and students can be immersed in computer-generated interactive environments. These virtual worlds (Cave Automatic Virtual Environments or CAVEs) are created using 3D computer graphics, four-channel audio, stereoscopic projection technology, and acoustical tracking devices.
AZ-LIVE is a service of UITS Research Computing and serves traditional scientific disciplines such as chemistry, mathematics, and engineering, as well as fields such as psychology and archaeology.
All UA faculty, students, and staff are eligible to use AZ-LIVE.