Multiverse is a simple, multiuser virtual reality system
for X-Windows using Berkeley Sockets. Hierarchical objects
allow attachment of cameras, light sources, and other code.
The generic server environment requires only 81 additional
lines of code; dogfight, 72 lines; and dactyl, 270 lines.
FTP multiverse-1.0.2.tar.Z from pub/virtual-worlds on
ftp.u.washington.edu. [Robert Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org),
IBM's Virtual Worlds Group at the T.J. Watson Research Center
(Yorktown Heights, NY) has developed a modular unix VR Toolkit
(not yet for sale) for applications in science, medicine,
engineering, architecture, education, and business. Modules
include the VPL DataGlove, Polhemus 3Space and Fastrack trackers,
a 3D mouse, stereo 3D displays (including head-mounted displays),
speech recognition, sound synthesis, and a 3D-graphics generator.