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  • As the name somewhat implies, the CAVE is a surround-screen, surround-sound, projection-based virtual reality (VR) system.

    The Cube, the CAVE and the TouchTable

  • As the name somewhat implies, the CAVE is a surround-screen, surround-sound, projection-based virtual reality (VR) system.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • As the public are now excluded from the garden and pleasure-grounds, it is rather difficult to get a good view of the castle; the best places however are ... a lofty knoll or promontory on the opposite side of the road, -- and a rocky mound near THE CAVE, which is in the face of the sea-cliffs, marked by a flag-staff; and there is, close by, a path to the beach.

    Brannon's Picture of The Isle of Wight The Expeditious Traveller's Index to Its Prominent Beauties & Objects of Interest. Compiled Especially with Reference to Those Numerous Visitors Who Can Spare but Two or Three Days to Make the Tour of the Island.

  • The technology, called CAVE, lets experts examine tissue through images generated by CAT scans and MRIs and make observations they might have missed in the past.

    NY Post: News

  • Another scorched-earth campaign calling everyone against this bad plan a 'CAVE' person made impressionable folks buckle under the strain of not supporting kids and old people.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • The project's outreach component seeks to spark the scientific curiosity and career aspirations of high-school students, with particular emphasis on underrepresented minorities in chemistry and biology, through the virtual reality visualization system called the "CAVE" at the Delaware Biotechnology Institute.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • The project's outreach component seeks to spark the scientific curiosity and career aspirations of high-school students, with particular emphasis on underrepresented minorities in chemistry and biology, through the virtual reality visualization system called the "CAVE" at the Delaware Biotechnology Institute.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS $34.98 BluRay 3-D combo or $27.98 DVD; MPI/Sundance -- On repeated viewings, Werner Herzog's rambling documentary about the cave paintings in France reveals the diversions at the end when he starts ruminating about albino alligators or some such thing are a shame for an otherwise magical film.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: "Doctor Who" Just Keeps Getting Better And Better

  • CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS $34.98 BluRay 3-D combo or $27.98 DVD; MPI/Sundance -- On repeated viewings, Werner Herzog's rambling documentary about the cave paintings in France reveals the diversions at the end when he starts ruminating about albino alligators or some such thing are a shame for an otherwise magical film.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: "Doctor Who" Just Keeps Getting Better And Better

  • We always CAVE IN – just like we did for the Iraq war and we should not have.

    'Why should the liberals always cave?' Dem asks

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  • Citizens Against Virtually Everything.

    spotted in a Citylab article about how not to do transportation. I've seen this term before, but forget where..

    Term describes a super NIMBY

    January 18, 2016