UNF student creates interactive tumors in virtual reality

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Jason Smith extended his hand and took hold of nothing. He twisted the empty air, positioning it just so. A thick pair of black goggles strapped to Smith's head revealed what lookers-on could not see: A malignant tumor nearly the size of his palm. The goggles, dubbed VRvisu, are a virtual reality headset designed and created by Smith, a senior at the University of North Florida. Using the headset, medical professionals can see 3-D renderings of 16 brain tumors. The virtual tumors were recreated...

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