Here's an example VR-VIBE visualization in DIVE, with several users present.
Here we've zoomed into the visualization and selected a document, VR-VIBE now displays some summary information about it on the user's visor.
This screen shot shows a close up of the 3D scrollbar used to set a threshold level which controls how relevant document must be in order to be included in the visualization.
These screen shots show some "flags" attached by the user to mark documents for later reference.
This screen shot shows a user reading an annotation (created by the DIVE shared whiteboard) that another user has placed by a document.
Here, the user has selected a document which is accessible via the World Wide Web and asked VR-VIBE to invoke the Mosaic Web browser to display it.
This screen shot shows an alternative layout style. In this style POIs are arranged in a 2D plane and the documents height above this place shows how relevant they are.
As an alternative to using the shared controls positioned near the visualization, a user can pick up a "toolbox" which becomes attached to that user's so that they are always in view.
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