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   * Vrui [Vrui] {} Vrui is a C++ software development toolkit for highly interactive virtual reality applications,​ with a focus on portability between vastly different virtual reality environments,​ from laptop or desktop computers to CAVEs and other fully immersive 3D systems.   * Vrui [Vrui] {} Vrui is a C++ software development toolkit for highly interactive virtual reality applications,​ with a focus on portability between vastly different virtual reality environments,​ from laptop or desktop computers to CAVEs and other fully immersive 3D systems.
   * VruiVnc [VruiVnc] {vruivnc2.jpg} VruiVnc is a Virtual Network Computing client for controlling the desktop of a remote computer from within the cave. It allows you to project a personal computer screen on a window in the cave, you can manipulate that window, and you can beam data from within the cave to the external computer. ​   * VruiVnc [VruiVnc] {vruivnc2.jpg} VruiVnc is a Virtual Network Computing client for controlling the desktop of a remote computer from within the cave. It allows you to project a personal computer screen on a window in the cave, you can manipulate that window, and you can beam data from within the cave to the external computer. ​
-  * ToolBox [toolbox] {} ToolBox is a library that implements an additional tool management layer on top of Vrui's notion ​of tools. Its primary purpose is to allow for a different model of managing multiple tools on a single device. It supports named buttons, tool icons, and extensible handling of events, e.g. for implementing different notions of tool switching. Currently there is just one such extension, the Tool Rotator, which implements a kind of simple pie menu.  ([[http://​wiki.cse.ucdavis.edu/​keckcaves:​toolbox|Download]])+  * ToolBox [toolbox] {} ToolBox is a library that implements an additional tool management layer on top of tools provided by [[software:​vrui|Vrui]]. Its primary purpose is to allow a different model of managing multiple tools on a single device. It supports named buttons, tool icons, and extensible handling of events, e.g. for implementing different notions of tool switching. Currently there is just one such extension, the Tool Rotator, which implements a kind of simple pie menu.  ([[http://​wiki.cse.ucdavis.edu/​keckcaves:​toolbox|Download]])
   * Remote Collaboration [remoteCollab] {:​tony_oliver_haiti.jpg} Many of our applications allow remote collaboration in which users at different sites simultaneous view and manipulate the same data.  This can be done with participants rendered as simple avatars or with rendering of participants using technology such as the Kinect. ​ See [[http://​www.youtube.com/​okreylos|Oliver Kreylos'​ YouTube channel]] for examples. ​ Also see [[http://​www.idav.ucdavis.edu/​~okreylos/​ResDev/​Kinect|his Kinect website]] for how it works.   * Remote Collaboration [remoteCollab] {:​tony_oliver_haiti.jpg} Many of our applications allow remote collaboration in which users at different sites simultaneous view and manipulate the same data.  This can be done with participants rendered as simple avatars or with rendering of participants using technology such as the Kinect. ​ See [[http://​www.youtube.com/​okreylos|Oliver Kreylos'​ YouTube channel]] for examples. ​ Also see [[http://​www.idav.ucdavis.edu/​~okreylos/​ResDev/​Kinect|his Kinect website]] for how it works.