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A to Z of Computer Science and Technology, Facts on File, to be published in late 2002.
Will include photo of faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. by Jerry Markatos.

Bertoline, G., E. Wiebe, and C. Miller. Fundamentals of Graphics Communication. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Includes two images: (1) graduate student Mark Mine "flying through molecules" and (2) Brooks kitchen model (Walkthrough Project).

Grady, Sean M. Virtual Reality: Enhancing and Simulating the World with Computers, New York: Facts on File.
Will include images of nanoManipulator and Walkthrough research

House, Cate. "Technology Brings Computer Imaging Closer to Reality," Endeavors, University of North Carolina.
Faculty member Lars Nyland has developed a scanner--the DeltaSphere 3000--that can create realistic 3D models of rooms, buildings, etc.

Leading Edge, WGBH-TV, Boston, Mass., 2002.
Pilot for new series by the producers of "Nova". Planned as a quarterly series focusing on cutting-edge scientific research. The pilot spotlights nanoscience, highlighting the work of the nanoManipulator project at UNC, and featuring adjunct faculty member Richard Superfine and graduate students. One segment shows the project's outreach efforts: a group of schoolchildren using the nanoManipulator at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, N.C. A video clip can be downloaded from: http://mediaserv.unc.edu:7070/ramgen/sites/dl/nova.rm (requires Real Player software).

Stein, James. Science's Top 100, to be published spring 2003.
Includes image from UNC of Double Eagle.

2002

2002 Books

Porter, Beth. The Net Effect, Bristol, UK: Intellect Publishing, 2002, 109.
Book about the Internet (its history and future) includes image of an avatar by graduate student Andrew Wilson in the chapter, "Fashioning Worlds," which deals with technology and the arts and the Internet. The book is available for download onto the MSReader at http://www.swotebooks.com

Mulhall, Douglas. Our Molecular Future: How Nanotechnology, Robotics, Genetics and Artificial Intelligence Will Transform Our World, Prometheus Books, July 2002, 44.
Contains two images of UNC's nanoManipulator work on page 44: "Fig. 7. Manipulating something we can't see."

Sherman, William, and Alan Craig. Understanding Virtual Reality: Interface, Application, and Design, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2002, 576 pp.
Includes several EVE and walkthrough photos.

2002 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters
Bowen, Ted. "VR Tool Keeps Line of Sight in Hand," Technology Research News, 9 January 2002
About the Walkthrough Project's algorithms for keeping users' lines of sight clear as they move through and manipulate virtual worlds using touch-sensitive, or haptic controls.

"The Coming of The Second Internet, Metro Ethernet, and Grid Computing," HWM Magazine, 2(5), May 2002, 38-45.
Article on Internet 2 includes photo of the "Office of the Future"/Tele-immersion research at UNC.

Crouch, Cameron, "3-D Visualization: Office of the Future, Archi.Tech Jan/Feb 2002, 54-56.
Description of the Office of the Future and "Being There" projects. Includes quotes from faculty member Gregory F. Welch and Andrei State's conceptual sketch of the future office.

Ditlea, Steve. "Augmented Reality," Popular Science, February 2002.
Describes a number of applications for augmented reality, including the clinical medical experiments being conducted at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Ditlea, Steve. "Reality Redefined," Computer Graphics World, August 2002.
Article about augmented reality describes work in augmented reality surgery at UNC. Includes photo of graduate student Jeremy Ackerman performing a breast biopsy on a dummy.

Hammonds, Keith. "No Risk, No Reward," Fast Company Magazine No. 57, April 2002, 82.
Nine lessons on the power of breaking the mold. Under the subheading, "Past Company. The Greatest Business Risk Ever Taken", the article discusses the risks IBM took with its 360 project. Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr., who was the project manager for the 360, is quoted.

Lemley, Brad. "Internet2: A Supercharged New Network With True Tele-Presence Puts the Needs of Science First," Discover Magazine, 23(5), May 2002, 62-67.
How Internet2 is being put to use. Includes descriptions and photos of the "Office of the Future"/Tele-immersion and nanoManipulator projects.

Leo, Alan. "Picture This: Image-Based Rendering Creates Photorealistic 3-D Models From Plain old Pictures," 27 February 2002.
Article about image-based rendering mentions UNC and faculty members Gary Bishop and Leonard McMillan prominently and includes image of the Reading Room.

"Nanoscience Initiatives Receive $1 Million Gift," Carolina Connections, University of North Carolina, Spring 2002, 5.
The W.M. Keck Foundation of Los Angeles has awarded a $1 million gift to UNC's nanoscience team to support ground-breaking research. The funding will help the team purchase new instruments to improve on the first-generation nanoManipulator developed at UNC.

Stocker, Steven. "Stories of Discovery: The Computer Revolution in Biomedical Science," NCRR Reporter, Spring 2002.
Article about National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) funding of research using computers in biomedical science. Describes work done at UNC in nanotechnology and includes nanoManipulator photo by Todd Gaul.

Stroud, Michael. "Anemone of the Smart People," Wired, 30 July 2002.
The Department of Computer Science is one of a number of exhibitors at the Emerging Technologies Exhibition at SIGGRAPH 2002 in San Antonio, Texas. Department researchers demonstrated the Pit walking experiment. Faculty member Mary Whitton is quoted.

Talbot, Dave. "A Better View for Advanced Surgery," Technology Review, May 2002, 24.
Discussion of augmented reality surgery that describes work being done at UNC. Includes quote from faculty member Henry Fuchs.

Tosczak, Mark. "A New Way to Read, Not See, Maps," Wired.com, 25 September 2002.
Under the guidance of faculty member Gary Bishop, a group of undergraduate computer science students created the Blind Auto Tactile Mapping System to allow blind people to read maps.

Uldrich, Jack. "Why Nanotechnology: Will Arrive Sooner Than Expected," The Futurist, 36(2) Mar/Apr 2002, 7 pp.
Mentions the nanoManipulator developed at UNC and being marketed by 3rdTech Inc. The story calls the UNC invention part of "the tip of the iceberg" among important new developments in this field.

van der Meer, Paul. "Waar is Virtual Reality Gebleven?" WebWereld, 4 March 2002.
Virtual Reality feature on Dutch news site includes QuickTime movie (refract.mov) from the Department of Computer Science, showing graduate student Gentaro Hirota with real time computer-enhanced video imagery.

Weisbecker, Lee. "Finding a Market for UNC Technology," The Business Journal, Raleigh-Durham, N.C., 2 August 2002.
3rdTech has established an unusual business model, so far successfully taking three hardware/software products developed in the Department of Computer Science at UNC through development and into the marketplace.

"Working Between the Worlds of Hard Science and Medical Science" Cancer Lines, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina, Spring 2002, 4.
Profile on Dr. Julian Rosenman, professor of radiation oncology and adjunct professor of computer science.

2002 Newspapers
Bartholomew, Ashley. "Taking a Closer Look, Nano Style," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 25 February 2002, B5.
A student reporter for the Herald-Sun writes about the recent outreach and education program in two local schools (Orange High School and A. L. Stanback Middle School) conducted by UNC-Chapel Hill researchers with the nanoManipulator. Includes photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench.

Blythe, Anne. "System Gives Blind Student a Sense of Geography," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 5 August 2002.
Under the guidance of faculty member Gary Bishop, a group of undergraduate computer science students created the Blind Auto Tactile Mapping System to allow blind people to read maps.

Eisenberg, Anne. "Point, Shoot and Translate Into English," The New York Times 14 March 2002.
Faculty member Henry Fuchs is quoted in an article about translation devices.

Filaroski, P. Douglas. "Futuristic Breast Cancer Treatment Arrives," Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Fla., 25 May 2002.
Adjunct faculty member Julian Rosenman, a radiation oncologist, is quoted in an article about breast cancer follow-up treatment that plants radioactive "seeds" around tumor sites.

"Graduate Programs Rank High in U.S. News Ratings," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 10 April 2002, 4.
Report on the graduate and professional degree programs at UNC that appear in the new rankings released by U.S. News and World Report magazine. Mentions the overall and specialty rankings for the Department of Computer Science.

"Group Receives $8 Million to Model 3-D Objects From Images," University Gazette Online, University of North Carolina, 12 June 2002.
MIDAG has received a five-year, $8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to develop techniques of characterizing anatomical objects seen in medical images. Faculty member Stephen Pizer is the principal investigator on the grant.

House, Cate. "Technology Brings Computer Imaging Closer to Reality," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 25 September 2002, 12.
Faculty member Lars Nyland has developed a scanner--the DeltaSphere 3000--that can create realistic 3D models of rooms, buildings, etc.

Lucas, Lynne. "Lander Student Earns Perfect Score on 'SATs for College Graduates," Greenville News (online version), Greenville, S.C., 29 April 2002.
Chris VanderKnyff, an incoming graduate student (fall 2002), made a perfect score on all three portions of the Graduate Record Exam.

NSF Grant Will Help Speed Work, Connect Faculty," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 6 March 2002.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year grant for $598,173 to the university to fund a new high-performance computing system for applied sciences. The system will be used for computational research in structural biology, material science and environmental and marine sciences. Faculty member, Jan F. Prins is one of the co-principal investigators.

Spivey, Angela. "FYI Research: Interactive Maps Speak to Visually Impaired," University Gazette Online, University of North Carolina, 12 June 2002.
Under the guidance of faculty member Gary Bishop, a group of undergraduate computer science students created the Blind Auto Tactile Mapping System to allow blind people to read maps.

Stancill, Jane. "Business up, Law Down in Rankings," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 8 April 2002, B3.
Report on the graduate and professional degree programs at UNC that appear in the new rankings released by U.S. News and World Report magazine. Mentions the overall ranking for the Department of Computer Science.

2002 Radio, Television, Videotape
"Back to the Future," "Wish You Were Here," "For a Day, I'll take the Moon," Virtual World, BBC Television, 15 March, 22 March, 29 March 2002.
Three-part BBC series on virtual reality. UNC is featured in each of the 20-30 minute segments. Research depicted includes Augmented Reality Surgery, nanotechnology, the Office of the Future/Tele-immersion, and Redirected Walking. Also includes outdoor shots of Sitterson Hall and archival footage of the bike simulator (circa 1991). Interviews with faculty members Frederick P. Brooks Jr., Henry Fuchs, and Richard Superfine; graduate student Sharif Razzaque; and former research staff member Warren Robinett.

2002 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
"Moeser Issues Statement about U.S. News and World Report Graduate Rankings," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 194, 5 April 2002.
Statement by UNC Chancellor James Moeser about the graduate and professional degree programs at UNC that appear in the new rankings released by U.S. News and World Report magazine. Mentions Computer Science's ranking of 17th overall and 13th in the speciality area of systems.

"Ulrich Neumann Named IMSC Director," Integrated Media Systems Center, March 2002.
Alumnus Ulrich Neumann (Ph.D. 1993) is appointed director of the Integrated Media Systems Center at the University of Southern California.

2002 Miscellaneous
"The nanoManipulator," Internet2 Applications Web Page, Internet2 Consortium, Summer 2002.
An archival web page that showcases research projects that use Internet2 includes a section on the nanoManipulator.

Research at Carolina, Office of Research Services, University of North Carolina, Summer 2002.
Introductory page of UNC's Office of Research Services website includes two images of Computer Science research among its rotating graphics: (1) adjunct faculty member Richard Superfine with a description of the nanoManipulator project; (2) the Office of the Future.

Spivey, Angela. "Computer Science Students Develop Digital Map System for The Blind," Arts and Sciences Showcase, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina, 30 July 2002.
Under the guidance of faculty member Gary Bishop, a group of undergraduate computer science students created the Blind Auto Tactile Mapping System to allow blind people to read maps.

2001

2001 Books

Nanodevices: Future Markets, Applications, and Technology, John Wiley & Sons (ASIN: 0471435694), January 2001.
Include articles written by Miriam C. Nagel on UNC's nanoManipulator project and 3rdTech's marketing of the nanoManipulator.

Roco, Mihail C., and William S. Bainbridge, eds. Societal Implications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, 384 pp.
Material originated at a September 2000 workshop organized by the National Science Foundation. M. Gregory Forrest of UNC writes an article about the implications of nanotechnology, which includes a description of the nanoManipulator project at UNC and the photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench. (Conference Report in pdf format).

Slater, Mel, Anthony Steed, and Yiorgos Chrysanthou. Computer Graphics and Virtual Environments: From Realism to Real-Time, Addison-Wesley Pub Co., October 2001.
Textbook about building a real-time graphics systems includes two computer-generated images of the Pit Walking Experiment.

2001 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters
Athitakis, Mark. "Go Crazy," SF Weekly, 28 February 2001
Obsession with playing the board game Go. Mentions alumnus Anders Kierulf (M.S. 1989), who started a company called Smart Go, which is devoted to creating the world's best computer Go program.

Baumgartner, Henry. "Putting a Dent in that Cold," Mechanical Engineering, 123(2), February 2001, 100.
Overview of UNC's nanoManipulator research.

Ditlea, Steve. "Tele-immersion: Tomorrow's Teleconferencing," Computer Graphics World, 24(1), January 2001.
The National Tele-Immersion Initiative's research.

Edwards, John. "Almost Like Being There," CIO Magazine, 15 March 2001.
Description of the National Tele-Immersion Initiative's project . Faculty member Greg Welch is quoted.

Ferguson, Cynthia. "Van Dam Project Hopes to Marry 3-D Graphics With Interactive Electronic Books That One Day May Train Surgeons Using Virtual Reality," George Street Journal, Vol. 26, Brown University, 19 October 2001.
Description of the a NSF Information Technology Research (ITR) award--a joint project between Brown University and UNC to develop tele-immersion technology to train surgeons. Includes images by Andrei State.

"Five CS Faculty Awarded NSF's ITR Grants," Conduit, Department of Computer Science, Brown University, 10(2), Fall 2001, 29.
Description of the a NSF Information Technology Research (ITR) award--a joint project between Brown University and UNC to develop tele-immersion technology to train surgeons. Includes images by Andrei State.

"Free Collision Detection System Released," Gamasutra, 18 May 2001.
The UNC Department of Computer Science's Collide Research Group releases SWIFT++, a free collision detection package.

"Goldgraeber im Lande Liliput," Biomedpark, April 2001, 20-21 (in German).
Article about nanoscience includes a couple of sentences about the nanoManipulator project at UNC.

Grzeszczuk, Radek. "Light Field Mapping: New Appearance For 3D Scanning? CAD SPAGHETTI, September 2001.
Intel Corp.'s new software technology, Light Field Mapping (LFM) helps to create more lifelike 3D images for interactive applications, such as games, by correctly modeling light reflection properties of 3D objects. Wei-Chao Chen, a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at UNC, worked at Intel during summer 2000 on developing the LFM technique. The research is part of his dissertation work.

Hall, Brian. "nanoManipulator Allows Nanoscale Touch & Feel," Nanodot Website: News and Discussion of Coming Technologies, 18 January 2001.
Report on the recent MSNBC story on nanoManipulator research.

Harrow, Jeffrey R. "The (New) Fantastic Voyage," RCFoC (Rapidly Changing Face of Computing) Technology Journal, 29 January 2001.
nanoManipulator research.

Helsel, Sandra. "3rdTech Selling 'Picks and Shovels' for Nanostructures," Nanotech Planet, 16 July 2001.
Publicity on 3rdTech Inc.'s commercial NanoManipulator system.

House, Catherine. "The Physics of Zap," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XVII(3), Spring 2001, 24-25.
Work of Dr. Julian Rosenman, professor of radiation oncology and adjunct professor of computer science, on a new radiation therapy treatment planning study that will benefit from the receipt of new machines from Dell and Microsoft. The Department of Computer Science is mentioned.

Knapp, Louise. "A Faster Way to Call 911," Wired, 10 March 2001.
Faculty member Leandra Vicci's patent for an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

Lanier, Jaron. "Virtually There: Three-Dimensional Tele-Immersion May Eventually Bring the World to your Desk," Scientific American, 284(4), April 2001, 66-75.
In-depth discussion of teleimmersion and the Office of the Future.

LoPiccolo, Phil. "A Little Help from Your Friends," Editor's Note, Computer Graphics World, March 2001.
Editor-in-chief's column discussing solitary design work versus collaboration, which quotes from the Turing Award lecture given by UNC faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. at SIGGRAPH 2000 on "The Design of Design."

Lugger, Beatrice. "Innerspace," Das Compaq Magazin, Vol 2, June 2001, 39-40.
Research in nanotechnology. Mentions work at UNC and quotes two of the faculty on UNC's nanotechnology project, Richard Superfine and Sean Washburn.

"Manipulating at Nano Level--Virtually"Computers@Home Magazine, 3 December 2001.
Sidebar in Indian computer magazine mentions the nanoManipulator project.

"Molecole su Misura," Panorama Magazine, September 2001, 50-51.
Brief article describing the nanoManipulator project at UNC. Includes photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench and three images of molecules, etc., being manipulated.

Phillips Mahoney, Diana. "Painting With Feeling," Computer Graphics World, 24(8), August 2001.
In its "Techwatch" section, CGW gives an overview of the dAb haptic painting project.

Phillips Mahoney, Diana. "Rendering at Warp Speed," Computer Graphics World, 24(5), May 2001, 13-14.
In its "Techwatch" section, CGW gives an overview of the WarpEngine rendering engine developed at UNC.

Merton, Orren. "Initiative Takes Long View of Tele-Immersion," IEEE Computer, 34(1), January 2001, 28.
Brief description of the National Tele-Immersion Initiative's work. Quotes from research staff member, Herman Towles.

"More Effective Mammography: Is Digital the Answer?" Cancer Lines, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina, Spring 2001, 1, 3.
Work of Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) with digital mammography. Mentions collaboration with Department of Computer Science researchers.

Morphis, Rebecca, and Lani Harac. "On My Honor," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 90(5), September/October 2001, 30-45.
In-depth discussion of the honor code at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, including the case of faculty member Dr. James Coggins and his COMP 120 class in Spring 2000.

"Nanomanipulator System Wins R&D Award," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XVIII(1), Fall 2001, 2.
3rdTech's NanoManipulator DP-100 Visualization and Control System has been selected by R&D Magazine as an R&D 100 Award winner for 2001.

"Nanomanipulator DP-100 System Wins R&D Award," Nanotech Alert, 20 July 2001.
3rdTech's NanoManipulator DP-100 Visualization and Control System has been selected by R&D Magazine as an R&D 100 Award winner for 2001.

Nyland, Lars, and Anselmo A. Lastra. "Rangefinder Allows Digital Camera System to Render Real-World Scenes," Laser Focus World, June 2001, 239-240.
Overview of how the laser-range finder system works and what its capabilities are. Mentions the commercial version being marketed by 3rdTech Inc.

Obermayer, Joel B. "Honey, I Shrunk the Scientist," MSNBC, 15 January 2001.
Development and use of the nanoManipulator, with heavy emphasis on UNC. Also includes discussion of how the nanoManipulator is being used over Internet2. Includes several photos.

O'Kelly, Kevin. "Virtuous Reality," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 90(1), January/February 2001, 22-30.
Profile of faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

Phillips Mahoney, Diana. "Avatar Advances," Computer Graphics World, 24(2), February 2001, 17.
Work by graduate student Benjamin Lok, and others at the UNC Department of Computer Science, on enabling real-time 3D reconstructions of the user and other real objects in an immersive virtual environment.

"Rosenman Sets High-Tech Sights on Cancer Treatments," Carolina Connections, University of North Carolina, Spring 2001, 6.
Dr. Julian Rosenman, professor of radiation oncology and adjunct professor of computer science, is principal investigator on a new study on radiation therapy treatment that will benefit from the receipt of new machines from Dell and Microsoft.

Scheib, Vincent. "Postmortem: Beam Runner Hyper Cross," Gamasutra, 9 November 2001.
Description of a videogame designed by several UNC Computer Science graduate students (Maxim Garber, Mark Harris, Vincent Scheib, Stephan Sherman, and Andrew Zaferakis) for a Spring 2001 class.

Simon, Hank. "Manipulating Molecules," Today's Chemist at Work, 10(11), November 2001, 36-38, 40.
Part of a feature focus on nanotechnology, the article provides an overview of the UNC nanoManipulator project's work.

"Small Money," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 90(6), November/December 2001, 17.
Announcement of W.M. Keck Foundation gift to support research in nanotechnology.

Smith, Jason. "Feeling the Brush," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XVIII(1), Fall 2001, 2.
The dAb computer painting system uses haptic feedback and other features to give people the sense they are painting on a real canvas.

Stix, Gary. "A Few 10-9 Milestones," sidebar to the article "Little Big Science," Scientific American, September 2001, 36.
Issue has special feature on nanotechnology. Early UNC work is mentioned in a timeline of milestones. The timeline entry describes Warren Robinett of UNC and R. Stanley Williams of UCLA devising a virtual reality system connected to a scanning tunneling microscope that lets the user see and touch atoms in 1993.

Tynan, Dan. "Internet2: The Once and Future Net," MIT Technology Review, 10 July 2001.
Researchers take advantage of Internet2's speed to advance their research. UNC projects mentioned are the nanoManipulator and Tele-Immersion.

"UNC, Dell, Microsoft Partnership Could Dramatically Improve Cancer Radiation Treatments," Cancer Lines, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of North Carolina, Spring 2001, 6.
Dr. Julian Rosenman, professor of radiation oncology and adjunct professor of computer science, is principal investigator on a new study on radiation therapy treatment that will benefit from the receipt of new machines from Dell and Microsoft.

"Virtual Hype, Real Products," The Economist, 22 March 2001.
How 3rdTech Inc. is taking virtual reality technologies out of the laboratory and turning them into real products.

Zandonella, Catherine. "Painting Software's Brush with Realism," NewScientist.com, 31 August 2001.
Brief overview of the dAb haptic painting project.

2001 Newspapers
"Big Bucks for Small Stuff," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 6 August 2001, B3.
Announcement of W.M. Keck Foundation gift to support research in nanotechnology.

Broili, Susan, and Beth Velliquette. "Small Crowd Turns Franklin Street Downright Spooky," Herald-Sun (Orange Edition), Durham, N.C., 1 November 2001
Article about the annual Halloween gathering on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill includes a quote from Computer Science graduate student David Ott.

"Campus Answers the Call to Service," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 12 December 2001, 4.
The Department of Computer Science is among a number of groups on campus making contributions to the less fortunate during the holiday season. Computer Science collected food and financial contributions for the Interfaith Council.

Chartrand, Sabra. "Tapping Global Positioning Technology to Send an S.O.S., Raise Drawbridges and Monitor Workouts," New York Times, 5 March 2001, C6
Faculty member Leandra Vicci has received a patent on an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

Clabby, Catherine. "Methods of Breast Screening on Trial," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 5 September 2001, A1, A10.
The National Cancer Institute has awarded grants to a number of institutions including UNC to do a study comparing digital mammography to standard film mammography. MIDAG member Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is the principal investigator at UNC.

"The Class of IT," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 25 April 2001, 9.
Photo of 2001 Information Technology (IT) award winners includes staff member William Jiang.

"Computer Expert Patents Emergency Device," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 21 February 2001, 11.
Faculty member Leandra Vicci has received a patent on an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

"Computer Science Students Learn by Design, Trial," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 12 December 2001, 2.
The final project in Dr. Anselmo Lastra's Freshman Seminar course was a competition between robots constructed from Lego Mindstorm kits and RCX computers. The robots had to move about a mock soccer field and put Ping-Pong balls into a goal.

Deaver, Danielle. "UNC-CH Will Lead Research in Mammogram Technology," Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, N.C., 6 September 2001.
The National Cancer Institute has awarded grants to a number of institutions including UNC to do a study comparing digital mammography to standard film mammography. MIDAG member Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is the principal investigator at UNC.

"Dell Awards Grants to Faculty," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 23 May 2001, 11.
Dell Computer Corp. has given grants totalling $127,750 to 12 faculty at UNC. Computer Science faculty Kevin Jeffay, Russell M. Taylor II, and Don Smith are the recipients of a $25,000 grant for "Multimedia Networking Research Support of Virtual Field Trips.

Dodson, Sean. "The Race for a New Internet," The Guardian, London, UK, 8 November 2001.
Article about a high-speed European network called Geant, that will connect European academic and research institutions in the same way that Internet2 is doing in the US. The tele-immersion work done by the National Teleimmersion Initiative, of which UNC is a part, is mentioned as one of the experiments being conducted over Internet2.

"Enhanced Digital Images Could Boost Early Diagnosis of Breast Cancer," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 12 September 2001, 13.
The National Cancer Institute has awarded grants to a number of institutions including UNC to do a study comparing digital mammography to standard film mammography. MIDAG member Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is the principal investigator at UNC.

Fawcett, Anne. "Techs on Hunt for Venture Capital," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 8 November 2001, B1, B2.
Quotes from Doug Schiff (M.S. 1984) of 3rdTech and a photo of Aron Helser (M.S. 1998) also of 3rdTech demonstrating the company's NanoManipulator system as adjunct faculty member Nick England discusses the project with an attendee of the InfoTech 2001 conference.

Fordahl, Matthew. "Intel, Hewlett Move into High-End Servers," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 30 May 2001, D1-D2.
Alumnus John Crawford of Intel Corp. is pictured with a Hewlett-Packard researcher with their creation, a super chip called "Itanium."

Hart, Dave. "Weaver Street Lawn Sculpture Weathers the Sands of Time," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 November 2001, A3.
In his "Off the Beat" column, Hart describes the sand sculpture created by artist Rik Hermanson in response to the September 11 attacks. One suggsted way to preserve the sculpture's image is to take digital photographs from every angle and create a 3D image of it. Hermanson reports that the photographs have already been taken. Although not mentioned by name, faculty member Lars Nyland took the photos and suggested the method to Hermanson.

"High-Level Science to Come to High Schools," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 January 2001, 4.
A new grant from the National Science Foundation will fund UNC researchers' efforts to introduce high school students to nanotechnology. The nanoManipulator is key to these efforts.

"Nanoscience Initiatives Get $1 Million Contribution," University Gazette,University of North Carolina, 15 August 2001, 7.
The W.M. Keck Foundation of Los Angeles has awarded a $1 million gift to UNC's nanoscience team to support ground-breaking research. The funding will help the team purchase new instruments to improve on the first-generation nanoManipulator developed at UNC.

"People: UNC-Chapel Hill," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 16 May 2001, B5.
Brief mention of faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. as one of two UNC professors to be elected to the National Academy of Sciences in May 2001.

Reddy, Sumathi. "LEARNing the Ropes of the Net," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 1 January 2001, B1.
The LEARN N.C. program. Mentions a teleconference lecture on virtual reality given by faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. as one example of what the program offers. Includes photograph of Brooks.

Reddy, Sumathi. "LEARNing the Ropes of the Net," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 3 January 2001, A3.
The LEARN N.C. program (reprint of the 1 January 2001 article in the News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C.; see above.)

Schulzki-Haddouti, Christiane. "Eintauchen in de Ferne," Suddeutsche Zeitung, 9 October 2001, V2, 12.
Overview of the Office of the Future/Tele-Immersion project. "Eintauchen in de Ferne" ("Dive into the Distance") is the translation the article gives for the term "Tele-Immersion."

Shamp, Jim. "UNC Studies new Cancer Technology," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 4 September 2001.
Digital Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial will be conducted by Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology), a MIDAG member.

Smith, Jason. "FYI Research: Technology Simulates Process of Painting," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 18 July 2001, 6.
The dAb computer painting system uses haptic feedback and other features to give people the sense they are painting on a real canvas.

Stancill, Jane. "The Morehead Mystique," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 22 July 2001, D1, D4.
In-depth story about the University of North Carolina's Morehead scholar program. Includes a section about Bryan Crumpler, a recent Math Sciences (computer science option) graduate, who was a Morehead scholar. Also includes a photo of Crumpler in the Graphics Lab with a Head-Mounted Display.

"Star Heels," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 January 2001, 11.
Department staff member Bil Hays is recognized as a "Star Heel" for excellence in his work for the department.

"Star Heels," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 28 March 2001, 9.
Department staff member Catherine Perry is recognized as a "Star Heel" for excellence in her work for the department.

"Star Heels," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 11 April 2001, 13.
Department staff member Claire Stone is recognized as a "Star Heel" for excellence in her work for the department.

Tarkan, Laurie. "An Upgrade that Matters? Mammography's Next Step is Assessed," New York Times, 2 January 2001, D5.
How research in digital mammography compares to film mammography. Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) of UNC is quoted and there is a photo of her examining a computer image projected by digital mammography. The Department of Computer Science and the Medical Image Display and Analysis Group (MIDAG) are not mentioned by name in the article, but Pisano is a MIDAG member and the research discussed is part of MIDAG's work.

"Two Carolina Professors Elected to NAS," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 9 May 2001, 1, 15.
Faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. is one of two UNC professors to be elected to the National Academy of Sciences in May 2001.

"University-Developed Product Makes its Debut at NASA," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 18 July 2001, 5.
Brief article about NASA Langley Research Center purchasing a commercial NanoManipulator system.

Yelaja, Prithi. "Digital Mammograms Called Better Than X-Rays but Some Want More Proof," The Star, Toronto, Canada, 12 October 2001.
MIDAG member Etta Pisano is quoted in an article about whether digital mammography is superior to traditional film mammography.

2001 Radio, TV, Video
Health Segment, CBS Evening News, 26 December 2001.
Featured prominently in the segment is MIDAG member Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) and the major federally-funded research study she is leading on digital mammography. Patients involved with UNC's work also were interviewed.

Hochberg, Adam. "Rescinded Job Offers," Morning Edition, National Public Radio, 8 May 2001.
Some downsizing tech companies are rescinding lucrative job offers made earlier to college and graduate students. Hochberg interviewed several UNC Math Sciences Computer Science graduates for his story.

Robinson, Stephanie. "Interview with Leandra Vicci," WNCN-TV Channel 17 (NBC), Raleigh, N.C., 11:00 p.m. News, 14 February 2001.
Interview with faculty member Leandra Vicci, who has received a patent on an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

Springboard, PBS. Original air date: 17 April 2001 in San Francisco area.
Includes footage of the nanoManipulator.

"Virtual Reality Research at UNC-CH," Carolina Week, 7 February 2001.
A television news show created by UNC Journalism students included a segment on the department's Redirected Walking research. Graduate student Sharif Razzaque was interviewed.

"Virtual Vertigo," Tomorrow's World, BBC-1, 7:00 p.m. 14 November 2001.
Computer scientists at University College London are experimenting with their "CAVE Automatic Virtual Environment" to see if they can reduce people's phobias. The segment includes the model of the PIT room at UNC-Chapel Hill, where related work is being done.

2001 Miscellaneous
Adventures in Ideas, Program in the Humanities and Human Values Spring Catalog, University of North Carolina, Spring 2001, 2.
Composite photo of Mark Mine flying through molecules and Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench used to illustrate a course entitled, "Freedom and Responsibility."

"Computer Science Major Prepares Students for a Fast-Changing Field," Highlights 2000-2001, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2001, 23.
Overview of the new B.S. in Computer Science.

"Creating the Office of the Future and More," Highlights 2000-2001, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2001, 22.
Overviews of the department's work in tele-immersion and in walk-throughs of large scale models.

"Keck Foundation Funds Pioneering Research," Highlights 2000-2001, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2001, 24.
Description of W.M. Keck Foundation's gift to support research in nanotechnology.

"The nanoManipulator," Internet2 Applications Handout, Internet2 Consortium, September 2001, 1.
Handout created by the Internet2 Consortium describing various projects that use Internet2, includes a section on the nanoManipulator.

"Nanotechnology Grant Connects University Scientists with Public School Students," Arts and Sciences Showcase, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina, 23 January 2001.
A new grant from the National Science Foundation will fund UNC researchers' efforts to introduce high school students to nanotechnology. The nanoManipulator is key to these efforts.

North Carolina Research and Education Network Division Report 2001, MCNC, 2001, 6-7.
Report on NCREN's activities during 200l includes a photo of physicist Martin Guthold using the nanoManipulator and a brief description of how NCREN's networking has allowed scientists across the state to connect.

Science Poster Display, General Administration Building, University of North Carolina, July 2001.
Temporary display included the Department of Computer Science's nanotechnology work and faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

"She Invented a High-Tech Emergency Response Device," Highlights 2000-2001, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2001, 23.
Faculty member Leandra Vicci's patent for an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

"Two Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences," Arts and Sciences Showcase, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina, 4 May 2001.
Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. is one of two UNC faculty to be elected to membership in the academy; one of the highest honors for a U.S. scientist or engineer.

"Two Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences," Highlights 2000-2001, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2001, 2.
Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. is one of two UNC faculty to be elected to membership in the academy; one of the highest honors for a U.S. scientist or engineer.

2001 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
"Boom in Industry Funding for DiRT Group," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 21 May 2001.
The Distributed and Real-Time Systems (DiRT) group has received significant industry funding in the past year to support various Internet-related research projects.

"Federal Nanotechnology Grant to Connect 'Virtual Viruses' and Public School Students," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 33, 22 January 2001.
A new grant from the National Science Foundation will fund UNC researchers' efforts to introduce high school students to nanotechnology.

Garritano, Tom. "NSF Announces $156 Million in Awards for Information Technology Research," Office of Legislative and Public Affairs, National Science Foundation, 25 September 2001.
The National Science Foundation announced 309 new Information Technology Research (ITR) awards. One award funds a joint project between Brown University and UNC to develop tele-immersion technology to train surgeons. Press release includes images by Andrei State.

Garritano, Tom. "'Walkthru Project' Renders Real-Time 3D Models for Engineering and Architecture," Office of Legislative and Public Affairs, National Science Foundation, 22 May 2001.
Overview of the WalkThru Project's work in creating detailed virtual models of structures that designers can "walk through" to head off potential design problems.

"Intel Develops Technology For Interactive, Realistic 3-D Graphics," Intel Corp., 14 August 2001.
Intel Corp. announces a new software technology, Light Field Mapping (LFM) that helps to create more lifelike 3D images for interactive applications, such as games, by correctly modeling light reflection properties of 3D objects. Wei-Chao Chen, a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at UNC, worked at Intel during summer 2000 on developing the LFM technique. The research is part of his dissertation work.

Reid, Dee. "New Computer Science Major Prepares Students for Diverse Careers in a Changing Field," College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina, 20 August 2001.
Information about the Department of Computer Science's new undergraduate degree in computer science.

Schiff, Doug. "NASA-Langley Research Center Purchases NanoManipulator System," 3rd Tech Inc., 13 June 2001.
3rdTech Inc. announces the installation of the first commercial NanoManipulator DP-100 Visualization and Control System at NASA Langley Research Center.

Schiff, Doug. "3rdTech Installs HiBall Tracker System for Japan's Communications Research Laboratory," 3rd Tech Inc., 14 May 2001.
3rd Tech Inc. installs the first HiBall Tracker System in Japan.

Schiff, Doug. "3rdTech's NanoManipulator DP-100 Chosen as R&D 100 Award Winner," 3rd Tech Inc., 17 July 2001.
3rdTech's NanoManipulator DP-100 Visualization and Control System has been selected by R&D Magazine as an R&D 100 Award winner for 2001.

Schiff, Doug. "3rdTech's New DeltaSphere-3000 Software Simplifies Measurement & Model Creation for Large Areas, Objects," 3rd Tech Inc., 13 August 2001.
Announcement that 3rdTech will introduce new software at SIGGRAPH 2001 that will simplify critical functions of its DeltaSphere-3000 3D scanner.

Williamson, David. "UNC-CH Computer Expert Receives Patent for Device that Summons Emergency Help," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 59, 6 February 2001.
Faculty member Leandra Vicci has received a patent on an automatic emergency warning device and GPS position indicator.

Williamson, David. "Virtual Reality Studies Allow Creation of Original 'Paintings' Without all the Mess," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 298, 15 June 2001.
The dAb system goes a step beyond existing commercial computer-based painting software by adding the sense of touch.

2000

2000 Books

Baker, Christopher W. Virtual Reality: Experiencing Illusion. New Century Technology Series. Brookfield, Conn.: Millbrook Press, 2000, 48 pp.
A children's book on virtual reality that includes several photographs of UNC research on pp. 19, 27, 31 [bottom], 36, 37 [top left]. Descriptions of research on pp. 26 and 31.

Barfield, Woodrow, and Thomas Caudell, eds. Fundamentals of Wearable Computers and Augmented Reality, Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., November 2000.
Includes photos of the department's research in Ultrasound and Augmented Reality and in tracking for Augmented Reality research.

2000 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters
Agnus, Joël, Nicolas Chaillet, and Patrick Rougeot (with Jean Lopez). "Un Microbot dans le Cerveau," Science et Vie Junior, No. 39, January 2000, 28-36.
Special issue on robotics. Photo of nanoManipulator (Mike Falvo of Physics, using old Argonne ARM) on p. 34; UNC is incorrectly identified as L'université de Californie du Nord.

Ananthaswamy, Anil. "Being There," New Scientist, 21 October 2000.
Teleimmersion research.

Barker, Matt. "UNC Collide Research Group Offers New Collision Detection Software," Gamasutra, 13 December 2000.
The UNC Department of Computer Science releases a new C++ collision detection package called SWIFT.

Barker, Matt. "UNC Chapel Hill Research Group Releases PIVOT," Gamasutra, 17 November 2000.
The UNC Department of Computer Science releases PIVOT, software that offers a new approach for computing generalized proximity information of objects using graphics hardware.

Bonsor, Kevin. "How Holographic Environments Will Work," HowStuffWorks, 27 November 2000.
Tele-immersion. Mentions the work of the National Tele-immersion Initiative, of which UNC's Department of Computer Science is a part.

Briggs, Mark. "Out Far, in Deep," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XVI(3), Spring 2000, 14-15.
NanoManipulator team takes the nanoManipulator to Orange High School to work with students there. Discussion of the educational aspects of the project.

Caudle, Neil. "The Whole Elephant: For the Big Picture, Start Small," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XVI(3), Spring 2000, 7-13.
NanoManipulator research.

Caudle, Neil. "The Whole Elephant: For the Big Picture, Start Small," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 89(3), May/June 2000, 50-58.
NanoManipulator research. Reprint of the article that appeared in the Spring 2000 issue of Endeavors.

Ditlea, Steve. "Meeting the Future: Tele-Immersion Makes Virtual Conferencing More Real," MIT Technology Review, September/October 2000.
Video teleconferencing. Focuses on the work that the National Tele-immersion Initiative participants are doing with the Office of the Future. Includes a photo of an experiment with the Office.

Erickson, Jonathan. "Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming Awards," Dr. Dobbs's Journal, April 2000.
Jon Bentley, alumnus of the Department of Computer Science at UNC is the recipient of the 2000 Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming Award.

"Faculty Spotlight: Injong Rhee," Connected, Department of Computer Science, North Carolina State University, Vol. IX, Fall 2000, 8.
Profile of alumnus Injong Rhee (Ph.D. 1994) who is on the faculty at N.C. State University's Department of Computer Science.

Farrell, Jodi M. "Tele-Immersion Prepares for Education Debut," Office.com, 28 November 2000.
The work of the National Tele-immersion Initiative.

"Kleine Teilchen--Grosse Wirkung," Geo, No. 5, May 2000, 203-205, 209. (In German)
Nanotechnology. Does not discuss UNC research except as caption to the photo they publish of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench.

Kania, Kassandra. "Virtual Reality Moves into the Medical Mainstream," Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry, May 2000.
Article about how computer simulations and augmented reality systems are poised to make a dramatic impact on medical treatment. Includes two images of UNC Augmented Reality research: Dr. Tony Meyer working on patient mockup, and a 3D view of internal organs as seen through a "synthetic pit" generated by a prototype Augmented Reality system.

Landy, Walt. "Face-to-Face Across Cyberspace," Navigator Online, 9 November 2000.
The National Tele-immersion Initiative (NTII). Includes two images of an experiment with the Office of the Future setup.

Lear, Anne C. "What's Next for the Next-Generation Net?" IEEE Computer, 33(4), April 2000, 20-21.
Internet2. Brief discussion of nanoManipulator research and photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench.

Lenhert, Steve. "The NanoManipulator," Nanotechnology, (internet information site), 10 December 2000.
Interview with former graduate student Aron Helser of 3rd Tech Inc. about the company's NanoManipulator(TM) product.

Mahoney, Diana Phillips. "On the Right Track," Computer Graphics World, 23(4), April 2000, 16, 18.
Discusses motion tracking and work being done at UNC.

Mahoney, Diana Phillips. "Hands-on Modeling," Computer Graphics World, 23(3), March 2000.
inTouch modeling and painting system developed at UNC.

Maurer, Allan. "3rdTech Launches Second UNC Product," dBusiness.com, Research Triangle Park, N.C., 2 August 2000.
3rdTech Inc.'s announcement of its second product: HiBall-3000 Wide Area Tracker.

Mokhoff, Nicolas. "Graphics Gurus Eye Nuts, Bolts of 3-D Web," EETimes.com, 14 September 2000.
Mentions Warp Engine and texture mapping work at UNC.

"New to the Market: SPM Enhancer," Biophotonics International, December 2000, 76.
Description of 3rdTech's product, NanoManipulator-DP-100.

"People in Physics: Richard Superfine," Physics Central, Fall 2000.
Profile of Richard Superfine, faculty member in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at UNC. Includes a discussion of nanoManipulator research.

Port, Otis. "It's a Nano World," Business Week, 27 November 2000, 76-82.
How materials scientists are making use of nanotechnology in their research. Brief mention of UNC and quote from Physics faculty member Sean Washburn. Also, photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench with accompanying caption that mentions UNC.

"Scientists Find That Electrical Resistance Between Nanotubes, Graphite Is Tunable," ScienceDaily, 25 December 2000.
Summary of recent research by the nanoManipulator project team.

Sincell, Mark. "NanoManipulator Lets Chemists Go Mano a Mano With Molecules," Science, 290(5496), 24 November 2000, 1530.
Overview of the nanoManipulator's development and a description of how it works.

Smith, Roger. "Internet2: High-Speed Networking Sees the Light," Software Development, 8(8), August 2000, 32-37.
Cover story on Internet2. Mentions the National Tele-Immersion Initiative and includes a photo of the Office of the Future.

"Tiny Particles--Big Effects," Geo, No. 7, July 2000, 130-132. (In Korean).
Nanotechnology. Does not discuss UNC research except as caption to the photo they publish of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench.

"2001 A Cyberspace Odyssey: What's Ahead on the Web," Yahoo Internet Life, December 2000.
In a sidebar on "Five Senses on the Web," the nanoManipulator project's school outreach program is mentioned in a short paragraph in the segment on "Touch."

"Where is Real-Time and Embedded Systems Research Going?" Distributed Systems Online, 1(3), 1 September 2000. (main article; feature article)
Features work of faculty members James Anderson and Sanjoy Baruah on real-time scheduling theory.

York, Kyle. "Carolina and Red Hat Center Launch ibiblio.org," Carolina Connections, University of North Carolina, Fall 2000, 4.
UNC opens new digital library, at www.ibiblio.com. The library is a result of a donation by the Red Hat Center. UNC and the Center are collaborating on the project.

2000 Newspapers
Blythe, Anne. "Holes in Stories of 'Chad' Origin," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 8 December 2000, 20A.
Faculty members Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and Stephen F. Weiss are quoted in an election-related article about the origin of the word "chad."

Bonner, Paul. "UNC Researchers Administer a New Dose of Reality," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 11 April 2000, 8, 7 (special section "Double Ought: Our Past and Future at the Dawn of the 21st Century.")
Feature on Augmented-Reality research at UNC.

Bonner, Paul. "UNC Probes Materials' Tiniest Realms," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 15 August 2000, 6 (special section "Double Ought: Our Past and Future at the Dawn of the 21st Century.")
Feature on nanotechnology research at UNC.

"Brooks Reaches Out to Public Schools," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 22 November 2000, 5.
Advance information about faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. conducting a teleconference discussion on virtual reality with schoolchildren throughout the state as part of the LEARN N.C. program.

Dyrness, Christina. "From Pipe Dream to Product," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 14 December 2000, 1D.
3rdTech Inc. and the HiBall-3000 Tracker.

Dyrness, Christina. "3rdTech is the Charm," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 26 June 2000, 1D.
Description of 3rdTech Inc.'s licensing of UNC technology.

Eisenberg, Anne. "Seeing the Skull Beneath the Skin, on the Skin," New York Times, 16 March 2000.
Also appeared in New York Times Online on 15 March 2000. Augmented Reality research; photos of D'nardo Colucci wearing see-through Head-Mounted Display.

"Four Professors win NSF Technology Grants," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 27 September 2000.
Four UNC projects have received the first grants awarded by the National Science Foundation under its new $90 million Information Technology Research initiative. Principal investigators for three of the four projects are Department of Computer Science faculty (Anderson, Jeffay, and Nyland).

Garreau, Joel. "Closeness at a Distance: Can Virtual Technology Ever Achieve That Human Touch?" Washington Post, 28 November 2000, C1.
The positive and negative potential of tele-immersion. Mentions the work of the National Tele-immersion Initiative.

Georgescu, Vlad. "Der Griff nach dem Nichts," Süddeutsche Zeitung, 11 January 2000, V2, 12.
Nanotechnology research. Includes several paragraphs about the UNC nanoManipulator system and research as well as photo of Martin Guthold using nanoWorkbench.

Grotelüschen, Frank. "Die Technik dringt in die Nanowelt vor," Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich, Switzerland, 29 March 2000, 52.
Nanotechnology research, mentions faculty member Russell M. Taylor II and UNC. Includes photo of Martin Guthold using nanoWorkbench.

"Head of the Teleclass," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 13 December 2000, 11.
Photo and caption of faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. leading a discussion on virtual reality with high school students at three North Carolina cybercampus locations.

Mansfield, Matt. "UNC, 3rd Tech Join to Create Tracking System," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 11 December 2000, 3, 8.
Technology licensing agreement between UNC's Department of Computer Science and 3rdTech Inc., and their collaboration in developing the HiBall-3000 Tracker.

"Scientists, Companies Unite," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 12 July 2000, 3.
Technology licensing agreement between UNC and 3rdTech Inc.

"University Scientists Show Their Stuff," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 28(1), 12 January 2000, 9-10.
Includes description of the nanoManipulator Project team's presentation at the "America's Millenium on the Mall" event in Washington, D.C.

Wutkowski, Karey. "Virtual Visions," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 11 December 2000, 5.
The Department of Computer Science's research in Teleimmersion (the "Office of the Future").

2000 Radio, TV, Video
Radio Interview of Russell M. Taylor II by Frank Grotelüschen, Nanoscience conference, Hamburg, Germany, 28 January 2000.
Interview about nanoManipulator. Broadcast on German National Radio, DEUTSCHLANDFUNK.

"21st Century Medicine: The Image Within," Advanced Medical Productions, Inc. and Discovery Communications, Inc., 2000. Initially broadcast on Discovery Health Channel on 26 March, and 11, 15, and 17 June 2000.
Future of medical imaging. Shows medical imaging work of UNC Faculty Elizabeth Bullitt, MD, (Neurosurgery) and Stephen R. Aylward (Radiology and Computer Science) at UNC. Mentions Augmented Reality as a training tool.

Lawrence, Tom. "3rdTech Works With UNC To Create New Gadgets For Consumers," WRAL-TV (CBS), 5:30 p.m. News, 27 June 2000.
3rdTech Inc.'s licensing of UNC technology.

National Millenium Celebration, CSPAN 1, 1 January 2000.
The nanoManipulator Project team participated in the National Millenium Celebration in Washington, D.C. Team members presented information on their nanotechnology work and demonstrated their system.

Science Eye, NHK TV, Japan, 29 July 2000.
Footage of nanoManipulator project and interviews with project members.

2000 Miscellaneous
"Advances in Robotics," Plant Management Today, Lab-Volt Systems Inc., Spring 2000.
Online course materials on for high school students in the U.S. and eventually overseas include photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench and a brief explanation of UNC's nanotechnology work.

Caudle, Neil. "UNC Scientists Master the Nano-World," Arts and Sciences Showcase, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina, 16 August 2000.
NanoManipulator research.

"Frederick Brooks Wins Top Computer Science Award," Highlights 1999-2000, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2000, 15.
Faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. winning the 1999 A. M. Turing Award. Includes photo of Brooks.

"High-Tech Research Leads to Entrepreneurial Start-Ups," Highlights 1999-2000, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2000, 9.
Licensing of three products (DeltaSphere, HiBall Tracker, and NanoManipulator) developed in the UNC Department of Computer Science.

"Mastering the Art and Science of Nano-Manipulation," Highlights 1999-2000, College of Arts & Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fall 2000, 9.
Brief description of nanoManipulator project with accompanying photo.

nanoManipulator description and photo (of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench) in online course materials on "Advances in Robotics" that are meant for high school students in the U.S. and eventually overseas. These materials were prepared by Vic Stella of Lab-Volt Systems, Spring 2000.

"New Discoveries About the Nano World," Arts and Sciences Showcase, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina, 8 December 2000.
NanoManipulator research with carbon nanotubes.

2000 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
"Brooks wins National Group's Honor Considered the Nobel Prize of Computing," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 5, 6 January 2000.
Faculty member Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr. is the winner of the 1999 ACM A. M. Turing Award.

"43 of UNC-CH's Graduate, Specialty Areas Ranked Among top 25 by U.S. News and World Report Magazine," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 193, 30 March 2000.
Includes the overall, and graphics and user interaction rankings for the Department of Computer Science.

"Frederick P. Brooks Jr. Wins the Association for Computing Machinery's 1999 A. M. Turing Award," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 7 January 2000.
Modified version of ACM's press release about faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. winning the 1999 ACM A. M. Turing Award.

"IBM Grant to Support Leading Internet Research Projects," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 570, 24 October 2000.
Paul Jones (Information & Library Science), and Kevin Jeffay and Don Smith (both of Computer Science) have been awarded a Shared University Research equipment grant from IBM Corp. to help support key Internet research projects.

"New Companies to Market UNC-CH Technologies," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 343, 21 June 2000.
3rdTech Inc.'s licensing of UNC technology.

"NSF Announces First Awards in New Information Technology Research Initiative," National Science Foundation, 13 September 2000.
National Science Foundation press release announcing its first grants under its new $90 million Information Technology Research initiative. Among the UNC projects funded are three whose principal investigators are Department of Computer Science faculty (Anderson, Jeffay, and Nyland).

"Red Hat Center, UNC-CH Join Forces With $4 Million Gift to Launch ibiblio.org," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 459, 11 September 2000.
UNC press release about its new digital library, www.ibiblio.com. The library is a result of a donation by the Red Hat Center. UNC and the Red Hat Center are collaborating on the project.

Schiff, Doug. "3rdTech's HiBall-3000 Tracker Chosen for Computer Graphics World Year 2000 Innovation Award," 3rd Tech Inc., 1 December 2000.
3rd Tech's HiBall-3000 Wide Area Tracker wins a Computer Graphics World Year 2000 Innovation Award.

"UNC-CH Computer Science Chair to Discuss Computer Technology," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 92, 18 February 2000.
Dr. James Coggins speaks on "The Topography of Cyberspace," at Carolina Meadows in Chapel Hill, N.C., as part of the Carolina Speakers Series. He is incorrectly identified as the chair of the department.

UNC-CH Computer Science Chair to Discuss Cyberspace, Internet," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 116, 29 February 2000.
Dr. James Coggins speaks on "The Topography of Cyberspace: Surfing the Internet and Other Distractions" at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, N.C., as part of the Carolina Speakers Series. He is incorrectly identified as the chair of the department.

Williamson, David. "Research Shows Radiologists Will Need Different Programs for Digital Mammography to Work Best," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 444, 31 August 2000.
Research in digital mammography. Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is quoted. The Department of Computer Science and the Medical Image Display and Analysis Group (MIDAG) are not mentioned by name in the article, but Pisano is a MIDAG member and the research discussed is part of MIDAG's work.

Williamson, David. "Scientists Find That Electrical Resistance Between Nanotubes, Graphite is Tunable," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 636, 28 November 2000.
Press release summarizing recent research by the nanoManipulator project team.

"World Leader in Computer Graphics to Explore Virtual Reality at Chancellor's Science Seminar Series," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 606, 13 November 2000.
Dr. Frederick P. Brooks Jr., a pioneer in the world of virtual reality and founder of UNC's Department of Computer Science, is the featured speaker for the 5 December Chancellor's Science Seminar Series.

1999

1999 Books

Anders, Peter. Envisioning Cyberspace: Designing 3D Electronic Spaces. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999, 56, and plates 19, 20, and 21.
Brief description of UNC's Augmented Reality research and color photos depicting breast biopsy experiments.

Gifford, Clive. Robots. Series: Inside Guides. London: Dorling Kindersley, 1998.
Children's book. Photograph of the nanoWorkbench appears on p. 39. No credit given to UNC anywhere.

Nof, Shimon Y, ed. Handbook of Industrial Robotics, 2nd ed. John Wiley & Sons, 1999.
Includes photo of nanoWorkbench.

1999 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters
Barker, Matt. "UNC Research Group Releases Collision and Proximity Query System," Gamasutra, 23 July 1999.
Announcement of the release of a new proximity query package (PQP), developed by researchers at UNC's Department of Computer Science.

Briggs, Mark, Christopher Hammond, and Catherine House. "The Doctor Will See You Now," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XV(3), Spring 1999, 9-16.
In depth coverage of the work of the Medical Image Display and Analysis (MIDAG) research group.

Briggs, Mark. "As Bright as the Veins in Your Brain," Part of the cover story, "The Doctor Will See You Now," (pp. 9-16) in Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XV(3), Spring 1999, 10-12.
Collaborative work of UNC faculty Elizabeth Bullitt, MD, (Neurosurgery) and Stephen M. Pizer (Computer Science).

"Carolina's Century: 1976-99," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 88(6), November/December 1999, 88-89.
Pixel-Planes 5 is named the world's fastest graphics computer in 1992 by the National Computer Graphics Association.

"Cutting-Edge Technologies Demonstrated to Congressional Staff," NCRR Reporter, 23(3), Summer 1999, 15.
The nanoManipulator is demonstrated at the Information Technology Exposition and Reception in Washington, D.C., in May.

"Exclusive Rankings: Sciences Ph.D. Programs," U.S. News & World Report: Best Graduate Schools, 2000 Edition, April 1999, 87.
UNC Department of Computer Science is ranked 21st overall in the country, tied with Columbia University (NY) and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. UNC's Department of Computer Science ranked first in the category of Graphics: User Interaction.

"Grad Schools Move Up in U.S. News Rankings," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 88(3), May/June 1999, 4.
Report on the U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate schools and Ph.D. programs.

Hammond, Christopher. "Reality Plus," Part of the cover story, "The Doctor Will See You Now," (pp. 9-16) in Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XV(3), Spring 1999, 13-14.
Augmented Reality research.

Holstein, William J. "Building the Next Internet," U.S. News & World Report, September 13, 1999, 41.
Mentions UNC research on transmitting "the sense of touch" (probably a reference to using the nanoManipulator over the Internet, but it's not clear).

House, Catherine. "Fighting Cancer with Code," Part of the cover story, "The Doctor Will See You Now," (pp. 9-16) in Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XV(3), Spring 1999, 15-16.
Faculty member Stephen Aylward's (Radiology and Computer Science) research with Elizabeth Bullitt, MD, (Neurosurgery) on computer-aided diagnosis for mammography.

"In the Departments: Bricks and Mortar," College Lights, Arts and Sciences Foundation, University of North Carolina, Autumn 1999, 7.
Brief description of the Department of Computer Science's acquisition of the Reality Monster and PixelFlow.

Jones, M. Gail, Richard Superfine, and Russell M. Taylor II. "Virtual Viruses," Science Teacher, 66(7), October 1999, 48-50.
Discussion of visit to Orange High School with the nanoManipulator.

Leonhirth, Jim. "Developments Make Ultrasound Easier, More Useful," Biophotonics International, 6(4) July/August 1999, 34-35.
Trends in ultrasound research. Mentions UNC's Augmented Reality work.

Madry, Sarah. " Femtoseconds and nanoManipulators: Computer Science Forges New Research Frontiers," College Lights, Arts and Sciences Foundation, University of North Carolina, 3(3), Winter 1999, 1, 4.
Lead article. Overview of the latest research in a number of areas, including Augmented Reality research, distributed nanoManipulator project, work by the Medical Image Display and Analysis group, the Officeof the Future project, and tracking research.

[Madry, Sarah]. "Department Founder Fred Brooks Set the Standard," College Lights, Arts and Sciences Foundation, University of North Carolina, 3(3), Winter 1999, 4.

Pearsall, Thomas P. "Close Encounters of the Virtual Kind," IEEE Circuits & Devices, 15(1), January 1999, 10-16.
Includes a paragraph about the nanoManipulator and a photograph of Mike Falvo (Physics) using the nanoManipulator system when it was connected to the Argonne ARM.

Saunders, Fenella. "Future Tech: Virtual Reality 2.0," Discover, 20(9), September 1999, 32, 34.
State of the art on virtual reality: discussion of UNC's Office of the Future research; quotes by faculty member Gregory F. Welch.

"25 Years Linking Pixels and People," Sidebar to the cover story, "The Doctor Will See You Now," (pp. 9-16) in Endeavors, University of North Carolina, XV(3), Spring 1999, 12.
MIDAG and its collaborative work.

1999 Newspapers
[Barron, Andy]. "Spotlight: Brave New Network," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 28 April 1999, 8-9.
Internet2. Includes lengthy description of distributed nanoManipulator project as an application of Internet2. Includes photos of Scott Paulson (Physics) using nanoWorkbench and Mike Falvo (Physics), working with a student at Orange High School.

Carmel, Tamara. "Local Folks Help SETI Search for ETs," Business Journal, 2(1), 10 September 1999, 10.
SETI's screensaver that doubles as a program to analyze data collected by a radio telescope that searches for artificial sounds from outer space. Faculty member Lars Nyland talks about his participation and how he uses this application to understand how high performance computers operate.

"Chancellor's Awards Honor Top Employees," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 18 August 1999, 14.
Announcement of the 1999 Chancellor's Award winners, including Timothy L Quigg of the Department of Computer Science.

"Computer Science Department Helps Co-Worker's Family," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 27(16), 6 October 1999, 6.
Department of Computer Science personnel bring in donations of food, clothing, etc., to help staff member Karen Thigpen's extended family in Pitt County, N.C., recover from Hurricane Floyd.

Dryness, Christina. "Designer Becomes a Player," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 20 December 1999, 1D.
General description of nanoManipulator Project is the second of three mini-articles in Dryness's column, "Offline."

Dryness, Christina. "We Got Game," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 20 September 1999, 1D, 3D.
Computer game development industry in the Research Triangle and UNC's role in it. Photo of graduate student Ben Lok.

"Foundation Awards Grant," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 29 August 1999, A8.
Announcement of faculty member David Plaisted's grant on theorem proving from the National Science Foundation.

Hafner, Katie. "As Net Turns 30, the Sequel is Still in Previews," New York Times, 7 October 1999, D1, D9.
Internet2. Illustrated with Andrei State's drawing of the Office of the Future, although no mention is made to this project or to UNC in the body of the article.

[Hammond, Christopher]. "Reality Plus," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 14 July 1999, 16.
Augmented Reality research. Story is reprinted from Spring 1999 issue of Endeavors.

Hart, Dave. "For want of two digits...," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 21 March 1999, A1, A11.
Faculty member John Smith discusses the Y2K problem.

Hempel, Carlene. "Reality Bytes: A Look at Our Virtual Future," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 8 November 1999, 1D, 3D.
Virtual Reality work being done in the Triangle area. Photo of graduate student Brent Insko.

Hempel, Carlene. "When Illusions Feel Real," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 8 November 1999, 3D.
Sidebar story on faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and the UNC Department of Computer Science.

"Long Distance Learning" University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 November 1999, 1.
Photograph and caption of nanoManipulator outreach project conducted at Orange High School.

"New Graphics Tools to Keep Computer Science on Top," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 28 April 1999.
Acquisition of PixelFlow and SGI Reality Monster.

New Internet Service Speeds up Downloading Time," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 February 1999.
Adjunct faculty member Bert Dempsey (Information & Library Science) and the Internet2 Distributed Storage Infrastructure project.

New Officers Sworn in at Employee Forum Meeting," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 13 January 1999.
Staff member Jane Stine is one of the officers to be sworn in at the Employee Forum's January 6th meeting. She becomes the Forum's new chair.

Photo of UNC student getting Virtual Reality demo at the Carolina Technology Expo, University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 10 March 1999, 1.

Sahm, Phil. "U. of U. Helping Take Video Conference from Realm of Sci-Fi Into Reality of Hi-Fi: 3-D Video Conference in Works at U. of U," Salt Lake Tribune, 14 May 1999, E1.
Research on the Office of the Future that the UNC Department of Computer Science is conducting in collaboration with the University of Utah and other universities.

Saker, Anne. "Frederick Brooks: What Computers Can't Do," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 31 December 1999, 2AA.
Part of a series of oral history articles to close out the century.

Scher Zagier, Alan. "Technology Expo Turns Heads at UNC-CH," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 13 February 1999, 3B.
Carolina Technology Expo. Features a large photograph of staff member Jai Glasgow giving a Virtual Reality demo to a student.

"Three Named to Distinguished Professorships," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 27(15), 22 September 1999, 13.
One of the three is faculty member Kevin Jeffay, named to S. S. Jones distinguished term professorship.

"Tim Quigg Thrives in Third Career," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 27(1), 10 November 1999, 2.
Story on faculty member Timothy L. Quigg as one of the winners of the 1999 Chancellor's Award.

"U.S. News Honors Grad Programs," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 March 1999, 4, 9.
1999 Graduate Rankings in U.S. News and World Report.

"Using What They've Learned," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 31 December 1999, 2AA.
Frederick P. Brooks Jr., Kenan professor, was featured in this article, in which North Carolinians at the forefront of social change gave their personal recollections on the events that shaped the last century.

Yorkin, Nia. "An Office . . . Behaves," Eleftherotypia, 26 October 1999 (special section, "InfoTech"), 8-9. (In Greek).
The Office of the Future. Includes Andrei State's drawing and photo of faculty member Gregory F. Welch.

1999 Radio, Television, Videotape
Kokai, Mitch. Interview with Sean Washburn, faculty member in Physics about the nanoManipulator. WPTF/Talk 680, 30 December 1999.

Lawrence, Tom. Feature story on PixelFlow, WRAL-TV (CBS), Raleigh, N.C., 6:00 p.m. News, 20 January 1999.
Story on Duke professor Gershon Kedem's research using PixelFlow to break encryption codes.

"North Carolina's Research Triangle Park: An Investment in the Future," John Wilson Productions. November 1999.
Documentary on the history of Research Triangle Park (RTP), which featured several short video clips of UNC Department of Computer Science faculty, staff, and students at work in Sitterson Hall (to purchase, contact: parkinfo@rtp.org).

1999 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
"Experimental Break-ins Reveal Vulnerability in Internet, UNIX Computer Security," Public Affairs Office, Duke University, 13 January 1999.
Story on Duke professor Gershon Kedem's research using PixelFlow to break encryption codes.

"Parallel Machines Commissioned," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 1 April 1999.
The commissioning of PixelFlow and the SGI Reality Monster.

"Silicon Graphics Advanced Graphics Workstation to Support Six Ongoing Research Projects at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill" Silicon Graphics, 29 March 1999.
The UNC Department of Computer Science purchases an Onyx2 InfiniteReality2 System ("Reality Monster") from Silicon Graphics and commissions PixelFlow.

Smith, Meegan P. "UNC-CH Department of Computer Science Gets two New Graphics Systems," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 285, 22 April 1999.
The UNC Department of Computer Science purchases an Onyx2 InfiniteReality2 System ("Reality Monster") from Silicon Graphics.

"23 of UNC-CH's Graduate, Specialty Areas Ranked Among top 25 in Nation by U.S. News and World Report," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 195, 18 March 1999.
Includes the overall, and graphics and user interaction rankings for the Department of Computer Science.

"UNC-CH nanoManipulator Team to Help D.C. Ring in 2000 with Demo on Technology, DNA Techniques," News Services, University of North North Carolina, 15 December 1999.
The nanoManipulator team will participate in the "America's Millennium on the Mall" celebration, to be held in Washington, D.C., 31 December 1999, and 1-2 January 2000.

1998

1998 Books

Bennett, Robert. "Virtual Reality," Triangle City Facts 1998: The Triangle's Business Almanac. Raleigh, N.C.: Bond Publishing, 1998, 142-143.
General discussion of virtual reality research being conducted at the UNC Department of Computer Science, as well as a few other institutions, Includes nanoWorkbench photograph by Todd Gaul.

Bertoline, G., E. Wiebe, and C. Miller. Fundamentals of Graphics Communication. 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1998, 664 pp.
Includes photograph of graduate student Mark Mine "flying through molecules."

Grady, Sean M. Virtual Reality: Computers Mimic the Physical World. New York: Facts on File, 1998, chapters 3, 5, 6, and 7.
Juvenile science book in the Facts on File Science Sourcebooks series includes some information and/or photos of UNC research in chapters listed above.

N.C. State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program. "The Americas, " Living in Our World, Raleigh, N.C.: N.C. State University, 1998, 305.
Fifth grade social studies textbook includes photograph of graduate student Mark Mine "flying through molecules."

1998 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters
Edy, Carolyn. "Eye of the Needle," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, January/February 1998, 52-58.
UNC Department of Computer Science's research in Augmented Reality.

Haptic Interfaces Issue. Futuretech Newsletter, Technical Insights Division, John Wiley & Sons, Fall 1998.
Photo of Martin Guthold using the nanoWorkbench appears in a news item.

House, Catherine. "Super Tubes," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, Winter 1998, 3.
NanoManipulator work with carbon nanotubes at UNC.

"Intel Donates $2.4 Million for Equipment Purchase," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, January/February 1998, 19.
Intel equipment award to the UNC Department of Computer Science.

Marietti, Charlene. "Advanced Medical Techniques and Technologies are on their Way to a Facility Near You," Healthcare Informatics, January 1998, 38-46.
Description of UNC Augmented Reality work. Includes quotes from faculty member Henry Fuchs.

"Professor of the Year," Part of "A Carolina Mosaic: Some of the People Who Make a Difference in a Remarkably Multidisciplined University," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, March/April 1998, 64.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is named 1997 N.C. Professor of the Year.

R.I. "Nanotubes sous Contrainte," Science et Vie, No. 964, January 1998, 14.
UNC's nanotube research.

"Short Subjects: Computer Science Grant," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, January/February 1998, 21.
DARPA contract to develop head-tracking technology (GRIDS project).

"Short Subjects: Teaching Champ," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, January/February 1998, 21.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is named North Carolina's 1997 Professor of the Year. Includes photo of Weiss.

1998 Newspapers
"Computer Science Research Funded," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 13 February 1998.
Faculty members Siddhartha Chatterjee and Jan Prins receive a grant from Cray Research Inc. and the N.C. Supercomputing Center.

"Hettleman Prize Goes to Three Professors," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 23 September 1998, 12.
Faculty member Dinesh Manocha is one of the three prize winners.

McCullough, Jill. "Orange Students Use Breakthrough Device," News of Orange County, 105(22), 10 June 1998, 1A-2A.
First nanoManipulator outreach project involving Orange High School students.

Meehan, Andrew. "Computer Scientists Make Advances in Virtual Reality," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 27 April 1998, 1, 7.
Includes brief information on walkthrough, simplification of large models, collision detection, Augmented Reality, and the nanoManipulator.

Robiglio, Deborah. "Computers Make Invisible Visible," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. (Orange County Edition), 4 June 1998, 1B, 7B.
Outreach project that is making the nanoManipulator available to students at Orange High School in Hillsborough, N.C., giving students an intuitive feel for the science they are studying through valuable hands-on experience.

Stancill, Jane. "Research Team Gets Big Grant," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 5 March 1998, 1B; 7B.
Grant to study nanotubes; researchers include faculty members Russell M. Taylor II and Stephen M. Pizer.

1998 Radio and Television
Radio interview with faculty member Kevin Jeffay, WPTF 680 AM, Raleigh, N.C., 3 June 1998.
Outreach project that is making the nanoManipulator available to students at Orange High School in Hillsborough, N.C.

1998 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
O'Kelly, Kevin. "High Schoolers Study Virus Using UNC-CH Virtual Reality Technology," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 485, 5 June 1998.
Outreach project that is making the nanoManipulator available to students at Orange High School in Hillsborough, N.C.

"Smallwood Foundation Gives $50,000 for New Equipment," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 16 September 1998.
Smallwood Foundation awards the Department of Computer Science a $50,000 grant to upgrade the equipment in the C. Hugh Holman Teleclassroom.

Williams, Lauren. "Three Junior Faculty Honored with Hettleman Prizes," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 679, 11 September 1998.
Faculty member Dinesh Manocha is one of the three prize winners.

Williamson, David. "Digital Mammography Offers Better Breast Cancer Diagnoses," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 881, 1 December 1998.
Research in digital mammography. Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is quoted. The Department of Computer Science and the Medical Image Display and Analysis Group (MIDAG) are not mentioned by name in the article, but Pisano is a MIDAG member and the research discussed is part of MIDAG's work.

1997

1997 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters

Bliss, Jeff. "Target Market: MCAE, MCAD Integrators--HP Unveils New Graphics Engine," Computer Reseller News, Issue 745 14 July 1997.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Boyd-Merritt, Rick. "'Everest' States Claim for Peak 3-D Performance," Electronic Engineering Times, Issue 962, 14 July 1997, 24.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Briody, Dan. "HP Moves to Graphics High End," InfoWorld, 14 July 1997, 29.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Briody, Dan. "HP goes for SGI's Throat with High-end Graphics Workstation," InfoWorld Electric, 8 July 1997.
Hewlett-Packard's development of Visualize PxFl.

Carey, John. "UNC: Tools to Manipulate Virtual Worlds," Business Week, 23 June 1997, 102.
Part of a feature section, "Information Technology Annual Report: The Digital Frontier." UNC is featured in a section on the best labs. Gives an overview of the latest graphics research, mentioning the nanoManipulator and Augmented Reality in particular. Also, a photograph on p. 84 of UNC's PIT illustrates the main article in the information technology annual report.

Gross, Neil. "Into the Wild Frontier," Business Week, 23 June 1997, 72.
Part of a feature section, "Information Technology Annual Report: The Digital Frontier." Includes a photograph of the Protein Interactive Theater (PIT) on p. 84.

Gruener, James. "HP Visualizes a Speedier Graphics Workstation," PC Week, 14 July 1997, 45.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Gruener, James. "HP to Take Wraps Off High-end Graphics Workstation," PCWeek Online, 7 July 1997.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Helft, Miguel. "Augmented Reality Scientists Want Respect," Wired, 2 June 1997.
Augmented-reality research. Describes work at UNC, Columbia University, the University of Rochester, and other places.

"HP to Roll Out High-End Workstations," Information Week Online, 4 July 1997.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Kanellos, Michael. "HP's Goal: Strongest Workstation," c|net news, 8 July 1997.
Hewlett-Packard's development of Visualize PxFl.

"Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board," Economist, 11 October 1997, 103-104.
Nanotube technology; mentions findings published by UNC's Richard Superfine (Physics and Astronomy), Russell M. Taylor II (Computer Science), et al., in recent issue of Nature.

Perry, Samuel. "Hewlett-Packard Takes on Silicon Graphics," Reuters New Service, 9 July 1997.
Hewlett-Packard's development of Visualize PxFl.

Pescovitz, David. "NanoFeelies," Wired, December 1997, 100.
The work faculty member Russell M. Taylor II is doing on moving Bucky tubes.

"Ph.D. Rankings," U.S. News & World Report, Special Report: Best Graduate Schools, January 1997, 80.
UNC Department of Computer Science is ranked 18th overall in the country, tied with Columbia University (NY), Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; UNC Department of Computer Science ranked 2nd in the category of Graphics: User Interaction, tied with Brown University (RI), and Carnegie Mellon University (PA).

"Researchers Producing Better Brain Pictures," RTP Viewpoints, Research Triangle Foundation, Research Triangle Park, N.C., Fall 1997, 6.
Work done by UNC faculty Stephen M. Pizer (Computer Science) and Elizabeth Bullitt, MD, (Neurosurgery) on 3D imaging of the brain.

"Short Subjects: In the Academy," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, November/December 1997, 10.
Announcement of faculty member Henry Fuchs and two others from UNC being inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

"Short Subjects: 3-D Computer Graphics," Carolina Alumni Review, November/December 1997, 10.
Announcement of introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl and the UNC Department of Computer Science booth at the SIGGRAPH'97 conference.

"What's on the Frontier of 3-D Graphics?" Electronic Engineering Times, No. 958, June 16, 1997, 85-88.
Interview with Steven Molnar; mentions PixelFlow and its predecessors and gives Molnar's thoughts on the future of 3D technology.

Wilson, Jim. "Shrinking Micromachines," Popular Mechanics, November 1997, 55-57.
Nanotechnology. Includes a photo of UNC's nanoWorkbench with accompanying explanatory caption.

1997 Newspapers
Blythe, Anne. "UNC Professor Wins Award," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. 15 April 1997.
Stephen F. Weiss is one of 16 winners of the Board of Governors Award for Teaching Excellence.

Blythe, Anne. "Professor A Winner with Creativity," Chapel Hill News, 16 April 1997, A1, A7.
Stephen F. Weiss is one of 16 winners of the Board of Governors Award for Teaching Excellence.

Boettcher, Robin. "OTD Pairs Researchers, Potential Corporate Sponsors," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 24 September 1997, 8, 10.
Mentions PixelFlow licensing deal with Hewlett-Packard.

Bulletin Board section. News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 28 October 1997, 8B.
Announcement of faculty member Ming Lin being awarded the Honda Research Initiation Grant and announcement of the Intel equipment grant.

Chakrabarti, Saurav. "Science Knows No Borders," Telegraph, Calcutta, India, 22 December 1997.
Mentions faculty member Siddhartha Chatterjee as one of the attendees of the 37th annual prize distribution ceremony of the Jagadish Bose National Science Talent Search Institute. Sid did not win this prize this year; he was just attending the ceremony and lecture.

"Computer Science Department Receives $2.4 Million," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 19 November 1997, 4.
Intel equipment award to the Department of Computer Science.

"Computer Science Receives $1.75 million for Virtual-Reality Project," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 10 December 1997, 4.
Discusses DARPA contract, shared with Hughes Defense Systems, Hughes Research Labs, and University of Southern California, to develop something similar to the Self-Tracker.

"Duke, UNC-CH Receive Computers," Coastland Times, Manteo, N.C., 19 October 1997.
Intel equipment award to the UNC Department of Computer Science.

"Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill to Receive Intel Computers," Greensboro News & Record, Greensboro, N.C., 18 October 1997.
Intel equipment award to the UNC Department of Computer Science.

Einstein, David. "Hewlett-Packard Raises Stakes in High-End Graphics," San Francisco Chronicle, 9 July 1997, B1.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

"Grant Earmarked for High-Tech Research," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 6 December 1997, 3B.
Discusses DARPA contract, shared with Hughes Defense Systems, Hughes Research Labs, and University of Southern California, to develop something similar to the Self-Tracker.

"Graphics System is Aimed at Auto and Plane Makers," Wall Street Journal, 9 July 1997.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Henson, Maria. "UNC's Mind-Blowing Glimpse of the Future," Charlotte Observer, 3 October 1997, 13A.
Follow-up to story that appeared in Business Week, in June 1997. Discusses UNC's research on architectural walkthroughs, the nanoManipulator, and Augmented Reality.

"HP Aims Graphics Model at Engineers," South China Morning Post, 15 July 1997.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

"HP Unveils Graphics-Making Computer," Los Angeles Times, 9 July 1997, D2.
Introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

"Hewlett-Packard uses UNC-CH Technology," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 9 July 1997, 6D.
About introduction of Hewlett-Packard's Visualize PxFl.

Honors Section. University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 22 October 1997, 4.
Announcements of faculty members Henry Fuchs being inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Siddhartha Chatterjee being appointed as associate editor of Transactions on Programming Languages.

Houseman, Linda. "Intel Corp. to Give UNC $2.4M to Buy Equipment," Chapel Hill Herald, 18 October 1997.
Intel Corp. has given a three-year award that will provide computing equipment worth $2.4 million to the Department of Computer Science and its research collaborators in nine other departments and schools at UNC.

"IBM Helps 3 UNC Professors," Durham Herald-Sun, 7 December 1997.
IBM University Partnership Program awards grants to faculty members Kevin Jeffay, Don Smith, and John Smith to research Internet and World Wide Web technologies.

"Intel Gives Computer Goods to UNC, Duke," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 22 October 1997, A3.

"Intel Grants $2.4 Million to UNC Department," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 20 October 1997, 1.

Kaplan, Karen. "Hand It to Them: University Labs are Taking the Lead in Applying Computer Graphics in Diverse Fields," Los Angeles Times, 4 August 1997, D1, D4.
Lead article in "Monday Technology Special," which coincided with the opening of the SIGGRAPH '97 conference in Los Angeles. Discussion of nanoManipulator research on p. D4.

Leanza, Karen. "UNC Research Could Create Materials, Sports Technology," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 30 October 1997, 4.
Discussion of nanotube research being conducted by the departments of Computer Science and Physics at UNC.

"Microscope Enhances National View of UNC," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 24 June 1997.
Summary of information contained in the article in the 23 June 1997 issue of Business Week.

O'Brien, Chris. "Virtual Reality Now Able to Offer Group Experience," Decatur Daily, Decatur, Ala., 29 September 1997.
Artificial Realities' Vision Dome; quotes from faculty member Mary Whitton.

"Professor Wins Research Grant," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 19 October 1997, A6. (In the "UNC People" column.)
Faculty member Ming Ling receives Honda Research Initiation Grant

"Researcher Wins Honorable Mention," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 19 October 1997, A6. (In the "UNC People" column.)
Faculty member Stephen Aylward receives honorable mention for the Erbsmann Award at the 1997 Information Processing and Medical Imaging conference.

Sandhu, Pavi. "3-D 'Map' of Brain Developed at UNC," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 7 August 1997, A1, A18.
Research at UNC by faculty members Elizabeth Bullitt, MD (Neurosurgery) and Stephen M. Pizer (Computer Science) into new imaging technology that combines MRI and angiography.

Sandhu, Pavi. "Three-Dimensional 'Map' of Brain Developed at UNC," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 8 August 1997, A8.
Reprint of article from News & Observer on 7 August 1997 (see above).

Stancill, Jane. "Counting in Hexadecimal Can Be Fun," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 28 October 1997, 1B, 5B.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is selected as Professor of the Year.

Stancill, Jane. "UNC, Duke Get Intel Gifts," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., October 17, 1997, 1B, 7B.

Takahashi, Dean. "Intel's Top Chip Architect to Unveil His Latest Creation," Wall Street Journal, 10 October 1997, B1, B6.
Alumnus John Crawford (M.S. 1997) discusses his work.

Toler, Laura. "Computer Science's Weiss Named State's Professor of the Year," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 5 November 1997, 1.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is selected N.C. Professor of the Year by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education and the Carnegie Foundation.

Toler, Laura. "Computer Scientist Selected as N.C. Professor of the Year," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 October 1997, 10.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is selected N.C. Professor of the Year.

Toler, Laura. "UNC Computer Scientist Named N.C. Professor of the Year," Chapel Hill News, 26 October 1997, B7.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is selected N.C. Professor of the Year.

UNC News Services. "UNC Bus Tour Winding Down," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 16 May 1997, A1, A3.
Bus tour of the state for new UNC faculty; includes photograph of faculty member Prasun Dewan who took the tour this year.

"UNC Professor Honored for Innovative Teaching," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 24 October 1997, 4B.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is selected as Professor of the Year.

"UNC Technology Goes on Display," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 5 August 1997, 3B.
Hewlett-Packard and UNC unveil new graphics technology at SIGGRAPH '97.

"UNC Wins $1.75M Grant for Virtual-Reality Defense Project," Chapel Hill Herald, 7 December 1997, 16.
DARPA contract, shared with Hughes Defense Systems, Hughes Research Labs, and University of Southern California, to develop something similar to the Self-Tracker.

"UNC-CH, Duke Faculty Join Academy," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 28 September 1997, 5B.
Faculty member Henry Fuchs is inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

"Weiss wins BOG's Excellence in Teaching Award," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 23 April 1997, 3.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is one of 16 winners of the Governor's Award for Teaching Excellence.

Williamson, David. "UNC-CH, Hewlett-Packard to Unveil Computer Advance," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 6 August 1997, A6.
Hewlett-Packard and UNC unveil new graphics technology at SIGGRAPH '97.

1997 Radio and Television
"Augmented Reality," Episode of Brazilian TV series, Scientia, 19 August 1997.

Augmented Reality feature story. WRAL (CBS) Channel 5, 11:00 p.m. News, 16 January 1997.

Boliek, Dave. Virtual Reality story. WTVD (Channel 11) News, 5:00 p.m., 14 July 1997.
Includes interview with faculty member Nick England. (No copy of videotape in UNC Department of Computer Science archives.)

"Cyber Strangers," WTVD (ABC) News (Channel 11) News, 11:00 p.m., 18 - 20 February 1997.
Includes footage of/quote from faculty member John B. Smith concerning the Internet.

GTE story on "Nightly Business Report," 6 May 1997.
Includes old footage of faculty member Vernon Chi and researcher Jim Symon that was shot as part of the VISTAnet project.

Interview with John Poulton about PixelFlow Product Announcement. WCHL Radio Interview, late July-early August 1997
Faculty member John Poulton was interviewed by phone from the SIGGRAPH conference.

"Into the Unknown," part 1 of a 13 part series, Century, British production.
Tells "the story of the last 100 years in popular style." Includes very brief video clip of UNC's augmented reality research.

Strange Universe, UPN Television Network, Spring 1997.
Footage of the department's nanoManipulator work included in an episode of the UPN show Strange Universe.

"Where the Minds of the World Meet," Marketing video for Research Triangle Park, Fall 1997. (Running Time: 16:20).
Brief discussion of virtual reality research at UNC with video of faculty member Russell M. Taylor II and the nanoManipulator and graduate students Jonathan Cohen and Daniel Aliaga viewing the power plant environment.

1997 Miscellaneous
"Actualité du Virtuel (Actualizing the Virtual)," CD-ROM, Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée National D'Art Moderne/Centre de Création Industrielle.
Includes footage of the nanoManipulator and 3D Modeler from UNC.

Milburn, Gerard. Schrödinger's Machines, Allen & Unwin Pty Ltd., 1997.
A nanoManipulator image appears on the cover of the book.

1997 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
"Computer Scientists Receive Grant to Work on Supercomputer," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, December 1997.
Faculty members Siddhartha Chatterjee and Jan Prins receive a grant from Cray Research Inc. and the N.C. Supercomputing Center.

Henderson, Carol. "UNC-CH Neurosurgeon Combines Imaging Techniques to Produce Better Brain Pictures," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 374, 28 May 1997.
Collaboration between UNC faculty Elizabeth Bullitt, MD (Neurosurgery) and Stephen M. Pizer (Computer Science) on 3D magnetic resonance imaging.

Houseman, Linda. "Intel Corp. Gives Computer Science Department $2.4 Million for Equipment," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 742, 16 October 1997.
Intel Corp. has given a three-year award that will provide computing equipment worth $2.4 million to the Department of Computer Science and its research collaborators in nine other departments and schools at UNC.

Houseman, Linda. "UNC-CH Computer Science Researchers Receive $120,000 from IBM to Improve Traffic Flow of the Internet," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 900, 3 December 1997.
Faculty members Kevin Jeffay, Don Smith, and John B. Smith receive awards through IBM's "University Partnership Program" to conduct research on Internet and World Wide Web technology.

"IBM Corp. Gives Gifts for Internet Research," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 3 December 1997.
Faculty members Kevin Jeffay, Don Smith, and John B. Smith receive awards through IBM's "University Partnership Program" to conduct research on Internet and World Wide Web technology.

"Intel Corp. Gives Award Worth $2.4 Million," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, November 1997.
Intel Corp. has given a three-year award that will provide computing equipment worth $2.4 million to the Department of Computer Science and its research collaborators in nine other departments and schools at UNC.

"New Hardware Lab Dedicated," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, November 1997.
The UNC Department of Computer Science dedicates its new Hardware Systems Teaching Laboratory.

Shaw, Dianne G. "UNC-CH Scientists Study Improved Mammography," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 193, 21 March 1997.
Radiologists at UNC will begin using the first digital mammography machine in North Carolina and will study if this new technology is an improvement over conventional, film-based mammograms. Dr. Etta Pisano (Radiology) is quoted. The Department of Computer Science and the Medical Image Display and Analysis Group (MIDAG) are not mentioned, but Pisano is a MIDAG member and the research discussed is related to MIDAG's work.

"Steve Weiss Wins Teaching Award," Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, 25 April 1997.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is named 1997 N.C. Professor of the Year.

Toler, Laura J. "Computer Scientist Named N.C. Professor of the Year," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 780, 23 October 1997.
Faculty member Stephen F. Weiss is named 1997 N.C. Professor of the Year.

"UNC-CH Computer Science Department Receives $1.75 Million for Virtual-Reality Defense Project," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 909, 5 December 1997.
The Department of Computer Science has received $1.75 million from DARPA to develop new head-tracking technologies.

Williamson, David. "UNC-CH Study Shows Carbon Nanotubes Display Remarkable Strength, Flexibility," News Services, University of North Carolina, No. 724, 8 October 1997.
NanoManipulator project and its work on carbon nanotubes.

1996

1996 Magazines, Journals, Newsletters

Cadoz, Claude. "Réintroduire les Sensations Physiques," La Recherche, No. 285, March 1996, 80-84. (In French).
Overview of various interactive devices used in virtual reality. Mentions UNC's GRIP project work; includes picture of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM.

Contie, Victoria L. "Exploring the Virtual World," National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) Reporter, 20, Nos. 1 & 2 January-April 1996, 4-7.
Discusses two projects funded by NCRR; one of them is UNC's nanoManipulator project. Cover photo is of Mike Falvo (Physics) using the PHANToM.

Farmer, Ken. "Virtual Reality: Setting a Computer-Generated World on Fire," National Fire & Rescue, 20(2), Spring 1996, 36-40.
Use of Virtual Reality to train firefighters. Mentions some of the UNC research in discussion of the state of the art in Virtual Reality. Also includes photo of graduate student Stefan Gottschalk walking beneath ceiling tracker.

Imai, Takuji. "Natural User Interface Uses Paper and Real Objects: Augmented Reality Systems Research is Progressing," NIKKEI Electronics, No. 652, January 1996, 99-106. (In Japanese).
Ultrasound project and Augmented Reality systems research at UNC.

"In the Departments," College Lights, Arts and Sciences Foundation, University of North Carolina, 2(1), Fall 1996, 3.
Brief announcement of Hewlett-Packard licensing PixelFlow technology.

Melton, Marissa. "The Driving Force," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 12(4), April 1996, 16-17.
Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. wins the 1995 Bower Award from the Franklin Institute.

Melton, Marissa. "Making the Images Fly," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 12(4), April 1996, 15.
Transfer of Pixel-Planes technology.

Melton, Marissa. "Virtually Real," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 12(4), April 1996, 12-14.
Overview of some of the UNC Department of Computer Science's research, including several photos.

"People Around Campus," College Lights, Arts and Sciences Foundation, University of North Carolina, 1(2), Summer 1996, 3.
Announcement of faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. winning the Bower Award.

"Ph.D. Rankings," U.S. News & World Report, Special Report, 30 December 1996, 65-70.
UNC Department of Computer Science is ranked overall as 18th in the country, tied with Columbia University (NY), Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; UNC Department of Computer Science ranked as 2nd in the category of Graphics: User Interaction, tied with Brown Unversity (RI), and Carnegie Mellon University (PA).

Schmidt, Karen. "Bend It, Shake It..." New Scientist, 151(2045), 31 August 1996, 22-23.
NanoManipulator project.

Smith, Christine. "Incredible Universe," Sports 'N Spokes, 22(2), March/April 1996, 62ff.
Mentions UNC's work on architectural walkthrough and related tracking research. Magazine is for wheelchair sports and recreation.

"3D Imaging System for Video Screens," Inside R&D: The Weekly Report on Technical Innovation, 15(48), 26 November 1996, 1.
Development and uses of Pixel-Planes 5.

"Twelve State Employees Chosen For Governor's Awards for Excellence," SEANC Reporter, October 1996, 5, 23.

1996 Newspapers
Boraks, David. "Hewlett-Packard Royalties Will Benefit UNC Chapel Hill," Charlotte Observer, 3 August 1996, D1.
Buyout of the Division hardware section and the licensing of PixelFlow technology.

"Computer Giant Ever Innovative," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 18 September 1996, 12-13.
Profile of faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

"Computer Science's Answer Man 'A Real Leader'," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 7 August 1996, 10.
Profile of faculty member Vernon Chi, winner of the Chancellor's Award.

"Company Develops UNC Invention," Greensboro News and Record, 24 July 1996, B10.
Buyout of the Division hardware section and the licensing of PixelFlow technology.

Dobson, Roger. "Surgeons Operate with X-ray Spectacles," London Times Sunday Edition, 7 April 1996, 5-12
Ultrasound Augmented-Reality project.

"Grad Programs Top-Ranked," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 20 March 1996, 3.
Discusses graduate program rankings from the annual U.S. News & World Report article. Mentions Department of Computer Science ranking.

"Hewlett-Packard Deal Will Bring UNC Royalties," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 23 July 1996, C8.
Buyout of the Division hardware section and the licensing of PixelFlow technology.

"Hewlett-Packard, UNC Sign 'Virtual Reality' Deal," Chapel Hill Herald, 23 July 1996, 1-2.
Buyout of the Division hardware section and the licensing of PixelFlow technology.

Stancill, Jane. "Computer Research Means Big Bucks for UNC," Chapel Hill News, 26 July 1996, A6.
Buyout of the Division hardware section and the licensing of PixelFlow technology.

Stancill, Jane. "Computer Research to Bring Big Money to UNC-CH," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 23 July 1996, 1B, 7B.
Hewlett-Packard purchases hardware section of Division Inc., licensing PixelFlow technology, and will pay royalties to UNC.

Williamson, David. "Technology Brings Reality to X-Ray Diagnoses," Chapel Hill Herald, 7 October 1996.
Describes the Ultrasound Augmented-Reality Project.

1996 Radio and Television
"Feeling the Nanoworld," Show #1205 of High-Tech Shower International, a program that goes out to Japan and a few other Asian markets. Fall 1996.
News story about UNC's nanoManipulator research.

"The New Edge," Show #110, c|net, 20 October 1996. (Running Time: 5 mins).
Information on nanoManipulator research.

"The Shape Changers," Tomorrow's World, BBC-1. Broadcast in UK 28 October 1996.
Story about ultrasound Augmented-Reality research at UNC.

Srinivasan, Hari. "Research Using the Nanomanipulator," Report on the 10 p.m. Channel 17 News, WNCN-TV, Raleigh, N.C., May 1996.

1996 Miscellaneous
Cover photo. Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 12(4), April 1996.
Graduate student Juraj Horacek and faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. study a fragment of a synthetic protein, using the PHANToM and a program that allows researchers to experiment with twisting the bonds between amino acids to learn why the protein takes on a certain shape. Also photographs on back cover, which depict a computer model of UNC's Sitterson Hall, (ca. 1989), and a photo of the actual interior in 1989.

"Innovative Lives," CD prepared to be shown as an exhibit in the Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, 1996. Section on Tom Massie, creator of the PHANToM, includes video segment of Mike Falvo (Physics) using the PHANToM as Virtual Reality interface to atomic force microscope at UNC (nanoManipulator project).

Milburn, Gerard. Quantum Technology, Allen & Unwin Pty Ltd., 1996.
A nanoManipulator image appears on the cover of the book.

1995

1995 Books

Barratt, Rod, et al. Our Chemical Environment, Book 4: Sensational Chemistry. The Open University, 1995, 133, 160-161.
Book describes the virtual reality molecular modeling system and displays pictures of the Argonne arm as nanoManipulator, Argonne Arm for docking studies, and modeling studies using the Sarcos arm. This book accompanies teaching materials and the 1993-94 video for British Open University.) (See '94 Radio and Television listing.)

Biocca, Frank, and Mark R. Levy, eds. Communication in the Age of Virtual Reality. Hillsdale, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995, 401 pp.
Includes photo of old UNC steerable treadmill for architectural walkthrough on p. 93.

Brown, Judith R., Rae Earnshaw, Mikael Jern, and John Vince. Visualization, 1st. ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1995.
Short description of UNC research on p. 144 of graduate student Victoria Interrante's dissertation research and on pp. 240-241 of Andrei State's Bunker View [for VISTAnet] with photos on pp. 242-243.

Newquist, H. P. Virtual Reality, New York: Scholastic, 1995. (3D Illustrations by Gerald Marks).
Children's book that includes a discussion of architectural walkthrough in the design of Sitterson Hall.

Shasha, Dennis, and Cathy Lazere. "A Delight in Making Things Work," in Out of their Minds: The Lives and Discoveries of 15 Great Computer Scientists, 161-174.
Chapter about faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

1995 Magazines and Journals
Belsie, Laurent. "How Virtual Reality Stacks Up With the Real Thing," Christian Science Monitor, 24 January 1995, 11.
Includes quotes from faculty member James Coggins.

Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, July/August 1995, 61.
Photo of faculty member Henry Fuchs explaining how computed tomography data is used to produce computer-generated, 3D images of the human body.

"Computer-Augmented Vision Technology," IRIS On-Line, Silicon Graphics, Inc., 3(8), September 1995.
Ultrasound project research.

"The Fastest Graphics Engine in the World, at UNC," Park Guide: The 1995 Guide to Research Triangle Park, No. 9, 1995, 61.

Furr, Joel. "Cyberspace ... Take the Virtual Road to Business," Interludes, Midway Airlines magazine October 1995, 38-39.
Virtual Reality; describes walkthrough of Sitterson Hall model.

Hatfield, Scott. "Researchers Work on Head-Mounted Display That Would Provide Three-D Image of Fetus Amidst Mother's Anatomy," Advance: For Radiologic Science Profession, 8(6), 27 March 1995, 8.
UNC's ultrasound project; picture of volume rendered fetus shown in situ is the cover photo.

Jää-Aro, Kai-Mikael. "Virtual Reality, or When the Week Starts...: Part I," PC World, (Russian edition) January 1995, 164-175.
Discussion and photograph of Ultrasound project. Part II of the article appeared in PC World, (Russian edition) February 1995, 173-183. Part II did not include any information about UNC's research.

Machover, Carl. "Top 10 Hardware Products of 1994," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, January 1995, 92.
About Pixel-Planes.

Park Guide: The 1995 Guide to Research Triangle Park,, 1995, 9.
Cover photograph is of multiple images of graduate student Mark Mine flying through molecules.

Pope, Gregory T. "Holodeck 2000: The Walls Have a Thousand Eyes," Popular Mechanics, 172(7), July 1995, 13.
Medical telepresence project.

Pountain, Dick. "PixelFlow: Scalable Image Processing," Byte, 20(11), November 1995, 249ff.
PixelFlow.

Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 4(1), Winter 1995.
Cover photograph is of graduate student Stefan Gottschalk using ceiling tracker.

Quick, P. D. "SIGGRAPH '95: VR-ware Beware," Switch, 1(2), October 1995.
Review of research at SIGGRAPH'95; mentions some UNC's work.

Williams, Steve D. "The Virtues of a Virtual World," Southern Living (Carolina Living Edition), 30(6), June 1995, 30cl-32cl.

1995 Newspapers
"39 Win Junior Faculty Development Awards," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 22 March 1995, 9.
The faculty award winner is Donna Wright of Medical Allied Health Professions, who is working with Jannick Rolland (Computer Science) and graduate student Anantha Kancherla on using a see-through Head-Mounted Display to create a Virtual Reality prototype to teach anatomy to radiographers.

Batlle, Juan. "As Close as You Can Get to Simulating Being There," Currents, Duke University, 6(7), March 1995, 4, 6, 15.

Dopyera, Caroline. "New Ultrasound Technique Brings the Unborn into Sharper Focus," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 6 January 1995, 1B, 6B.

Kaliss, Greg. "RTP Conference to be a (Virtual) Reality," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 3 March 1995, 3.
VRAIS'95 conference.

Lewis, Ricki. "Virtual Reality Piques Life Scientists' Interest, Despite Obstacles," Scientist, 9(12), 12 June 1995, 14.
UNC's molecular modeling project; includes photograph of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM.

Stencel, Mark. "Pioneer in Computing Theory, Practice to Receive $250,000 Prize," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 13 November 1995, 1B, 6B.
Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. has been awarded the 1995 Bower Award and Prize in Science.

Tsai, Jenny. "UNC-Chapel Hill Scientists get the Feel of Their Work," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 21 July 1995, 1B and 8B.
Work of UNC faculty Russell M. Taylor (Computer Science) and Richard Superfine (Physics) on the nanoManipulator.

"Ultra-Early Images," Journal-Bulletin, Providence, R.I., January 1995.
Ultrasound project.

1995 Radio and Television
Local news coverage of VRAIS '95 Symposium. WTVD News Channel 11, 12 March 1995, 6:00 p.m., and WRAL Channel 5 News, 14 March 1995, noon. 3 minutes
Includes very brief excerpt of interview with faculty member Henry Fuchs.

"Keeping the U.S. Computer and Communications Industry Competitive," Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council, June 1995. (Running Time: 00:17:31).
Discusses the convergence of the computer, communications, and entertainment industries. Uses footage of UNC research.

"Les arts du virtuel," Episode 13 of "Ne ART," a series on art and technology that was produced by TV Ontario, Télé-Université, and the Groupe de Recherche en Arts Médiatiques (GRAM) at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Broadcast 9 May 1995. (Running Time: 27:20).
Includes footage of graduate student Rich Holloway flying through molecules, 3DM, nanoManipulator using Head-Mounted Display, and kitchen walkthrough under the ceiling.

"Nanotechnology" segment of Episode 1 of the program The Secret of ..., a UPN network series that deals with cutting edge science technology research. 8/22/95. (Running Time: 00:46:00).
Features footage and description of UNC's nanoManipulator project.

1995 Miscellaneous
Curriculum materials to accompany the videotape of the New Explorers 1994 program on virtual reality, entitled "Beyond the Looking Glass."

Footage of UNC VE research used in "animation kiosks" for the exhibition, "The Processing of Perception" at the Wexner Center for Contemporary Arts, Columbus, Ohio.

Photo of pond and landscape rendered on Pixel-Planes 5 used as illustration for introductory article by Steve Williams, "RTP 1995: A Prominent Address on the Information Highway," in the Park Guide: The 1995 Guide to Research Triangle Park, 1995, 13.

1994

1994 Books

Chinnock, Chris. Virtual Reality in Surgery and Medicine: Hospital Technology Feature Report, 13(18), American Hospital Association Hospital Technology Series, Chicago: American Hospital Association, December 1994, 48 pp.
Information about UNC's ultrasound project, including Andrei State's first drawing of ultrasound system, on pp. 21-22.

Garcia, Albert B., Robert P. Gocke Jr., and Nelson P. Johnson Jr. Virtual Prototyping: Concept to Production (Report of the Defense Systems Management College 1992-93 Military Research Fellows). Fort Belvoir, VA.: Defense Systems Management College Press, March 1994.
Section on UNC research, pp. 111-113. Color plates, pp. 131-132, are long shot of graduate students Stefan Gottschalk under ceiling and Mark Mine flying through molecules (both photos by Robert Campell).

Harvey Jr., Edmund H. et al., eds., Our Glorious Century. Pleasantville, N.Y.: Reader's Digest Association, 1994, 512 pp.
Photo of molecular docking with faculty member Russell M. Taylor II (p. 418). Photo of radiation therapy planning with faculty member Julian Rosenman, MD (p. 436).

Lay, David C. Linear Algebra and its Applications. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1994. (Also Spanish language edition, 1997).
Includes photo of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM.

Preece, Jenny, et al. Human-Computer Interaction. Wokingham, England: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1994, 775 pp.
Description of molecular modeling using force-feedback ARM and photograph of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM, 334-335.

Roberts, Victoria A. "Computer-Aided Molecular Design," 1994 Yearbook of Science and the Future. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1994, 86-103.
No written information about UNC's research in the article. Includes photo of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM with caption explaining the research on p. 101.

1994 Magazines and Journals
Basinger, Randy. "Firms Finding Uses for VR," North Carolina Beacon, 13 January 1994, 4.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology.

Binzen, Buzz. "Between Us--And Machine," Sky Magazine, Delta Airlines, 23(2), February 1994, 104-110.
Includes discussion of UNC's molecular modeling research.

"Board Aids VR Graphics," Electronic Engineering Times, 3 January 1994, 42.
Division's use of Pixel-Planes 5 technology in their system, Provision100 VPX.

Canavan. Kathleen. "Partnerships Abound in Technology Research," U.S. Medicine, 30(15/16), August 1994, 26-27.
VISTAnet project.

Chaouli, Michel. "Virtuelle Realität: Bis hin zum Atom," WirtschaftsWoche, 48(36), 2 September 1994, 106-107. (In German).
UNC molecular modeling and nanoManipulator projects. nanoManipulator photo with faculty member Russell M. Taylor II.

De la Fuentes, Alejandro. "REALIDAD VIRTUAL: ¡una clave del futuro!" Mundo 21, 4(12) 1994, 26-39.
Includes information on molecular modeling, the ultrasound project, architectural walkthrough and photos of ultrasound and walkthrough.

Gibbs, W. Wayt. "Virtual Reality Check: Imaginary Environments Are Still Far From Real," Scientific American, December 1994, 40, 42.
Discussion of report by National Research Council on problems with Virtual Reality technology. Mentions PixelFlow when talking about the need for better image generation performance.

Manuel, John. "Is Virtual Reality for Real?" Young Scholar, February 1994, 16-21.
No mention of UNC's research, but article is illustrated with photographs of graduate student Rich Holloway in a flight helmet and the prototype see-through Head-Mounted Display.

Mitchell, Russell, and Otis Port. "Fantastic Journeys in Virtual Labs," Business Week, 19 September 1994, 76-88.
One mention of molecular modeling research.

Montefusco, Diego. "Più reale del reale: Un traguardo nella ricerca sulla RV," Virtual, 2(10), June 1994, 12-17.

Montefusco, Diego, and Alberto Vaccaro. "A Lezione di RV: Tutte le scuole del mondo," Virtual, 2(9), May 1994, 22-26.
A directory of schools where students can study VE. Also includes photographs of faculty member Russell M. Taylor II and the nanoManipulator (by Alex Treml) and an old photo of someone using the EyePhone.

Peters, Richard, and Robert C. McKinstry. "Three-Dimensional Modeling and Drug Development: Has 'Rational' Drug Design Arrived?" Bio/Technology, 12(2), February 1994, 147-150.

Peterson, I. "Reflections of Clinical Reality," Sidebar to Elizabeth Pennisi's "Twirling Ribbons, Billowing Bubbles," Science News, 146(21), 19 November 1994, 330.
UNC's ultrasound research.

Taubes, Gary. "Taking the Data in Hand--Literally--With Virtual Reality," Science, 265, 12 August 1994, 884-886.
Lengthy discussion of the nanoManipulator project.

"UNC Plans Interactive Open House," North Carolina Magazine, 52(3), March 1994, 6.
Announcement of UNC Bicentennial open house on Saturday, 9 April 1994. Illustrated with Robert Campell's photo of graduate student Mark Mine "flying" through molecules.

"Virtual Reality Gets Real," Weekly Reader (Senior Edition), 48(21), 18 March 1994, 4-5.
Photo of the kitchen with caption about UNC's architectural walkthrough research.

Woolnough, Roger. "Pixel Planes Upgrade Lifts VR Graphics," Electrical Engineering Times, 9 May 1994, 53.
Addition of Pixel-Planes 6 to Division Ltd.

1994 Newspapers
Branan, Brad. "Plugged In: Four Triangle Pioneers Wire Us into the Virtual Future," Independent, Durham, N.C., 12(42), 19 October 1994, 10-13.
Local Virtual Reality research. Robert Campell's photo of Jim Chung in a Head-Mounted Display is part of the cover photo montage.

Dickinson, Blake. "Computer Chip Technology to Benefit UNC," Chapel Hill Herald, 8 March 1994, 1-2.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

Dickinson, Blake. "UNC Grant Will Boost Virtual Reality Research," Durham Morning Herald, 25 July 1994, 1-2.
Hewlett-Packard equipment grant.

Gaslin, Glenn. "Virtual Reality Check," Newport News Daily Press, 29 November 1994, C1-C2.
Includes comments by faculty member Anselmo Lastra, descriptions of UNC research, photos of two graduate students: Mark Mine flying through molecules, and Ron Azuma under the ceiling tracker.

Highfield, Roger. "Sights are Set on the Walk-in Operation," Daily Telegraph, London, UK, 10 August 1994, 12.
Use of head-mounted displays for radiation treatment planning.

Marin, Robin. "It's a Virtual World Inside Chapel Hill's Virtual U," Sixth Electronic Times, 6(1), 30 September 1994, 15.
Photos by Charles Hashim. A supplement to News Photographer Magazine, that was prepared during the Electronic Times Workshop (sponsored by the National Press Photographers Association) that was held at the Omni Europa Hotel in Chapel Hill. This supplement was prepared by workshop attendees and came out in the Sunday edition of the Durham Herald-Sun.

Ranii, David. Title Unknown, News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 25 June 1994, 1D-2D.
Discusses the relationship of the Chapel Hill office of Division to the UNC Department of Computer Science.

"Scientists Sign Deal for VR Machines," Burlington Times-News, Burlington, N.C., 7 March 1994, B6.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

Taylor, Kathryn. "Virtual Reality Program Gets Gift of $750,000," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 25 October 1994, 3, 5.
Hewlett Packard equipment grant.

"UNC Scientists Provide VR Graphics," Sanford Herald, Sanford, N.C., 7 March 1994.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

"UNC Scientists Provide Virtual Reality Graphics," Daily Free Press, Kinston, N.C., 7 March 1994.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

"UNC Signs Licensing Agreements," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 22(5), 9 March 1994, 1, 4.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 22(8), 20 April 1994, 12.
Photo of graduate student Kevin Arthur giving a demo of the Head-Mounted Display to guests at Carolina Saturday, UNC's bicentennial open house.

"Virtual Reality Closer to Reality," Asheville Citizen-Times, Asheville, N.C., 7 March 1994.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology to Division and IVEX.

Whitaker, Robert. "Amplifying Human Powers," Albany Times Union, Albany, N.Y., 11 January 1994, A1, A8-A9.
Part of "Remaking Humankind," a series by Whitaker that was introduced in the 9 January edition, A1, A6-A7.

1994 Radio and Television
Announcement made on National Public Radio about the licensing of Pixel-Planes 5 technology, 7 March 1994.

"Beyond the Looking Glass," Episode #311 of the PBS series, The New Explorers. Bill Kurtis, host. Kurtis Productions, Ltd. July 1994.
The subject of this episode is virtual reality, and almost the entire episode focuses on the lab at UNC.

"El Vertigo Virtual," Spanish TV special on virtual reality, March 1994.
A short summary of the possibilities of Virtual Reality in entertainment, the arts, and other applications. Max Headroom is one of the presenters of the information. Includes interview with Javier Castellar, the person who developed the first virtual environment in Spain. Includes footage of UNC's ceiling tracker, flying through molecules, and radiation treatment planning.

Interview with James Coggins on WCHL, 9 April 1994, about Carolina Saturday, UNC's Bicentennial Open House.

Peet, Michael, producer. "Modelling Molecules," Videotape to be used for the UK's Open University. The Open University course is called "Our Chemical Environment."
Features footage of the GRIP and the nanoManipulator projects.

Story about Pixel-Planes technology licensing agreements. Fox Channel 22 News (Raleigh, N.C.), 10:00 p.m., 11 March 1997. Varon Black, reporter.
Licensing of Pixel-Planes technology and some information about UNC's VE research.

"VR as a Tool," Episode #122 of PBS program, Future Quest. First broadcast 7 September 1994. (Running Time: 26:46).
The FQ series is aimed at presenting scientific concepts in the context of accessible cultural reference. Includes footage from UNC of someone using the force feedback arm for molecular modeling.

1994 Miscellaneous
Chancellor's Annual Report 1993-1994, University of North Carolina.
The Pixel-Planes 5 licensing agreements with Division and IVEX was one of only ten research accomplishments highlighted in the "Research" section of this report.

Dohm, Karl, and Deborah Barreau. "Architecture," In the on-line "Encyclopedia of Virtual Environments."
Includes information and pictures of UNC's architecture walkthrough research.

Drawing of the ARM used as illustration in the 1994 edition of the UNC Faculty Handbook.

Photo of the nanoManipulator project in the UNC Bicentennial Calendar, 1994.

Honors Program, University of North Carolina, 1994, 3.
Photograph of psychology undergraduate student Frank Pyne with head-mounted display; includes quote from him about being able to use the graphics lab facilities in his senior honors research.

On Thursday, 8 September 1994, a teleclass was held in Sitterson room 011.
"Political Trends" seminar taught by David Price (at Duke University) and UNC political science professor Dick Richardson (in 011 Sitterson Hall). Richardson's class was physically present in 011, and the seminar was linked through the VISTAnet fiber optic system to the Southern Bell booth at the Council on Competitiveness's conference in Washington, D.C. Topics discussed in the seminar were the potential impact of issues, particularly health care and crime, on presidential politics and the political climate in the South.

Photographs and written material explaining some of UNC's research efforts in virtual environments were included in the inaugural educational exhibit in a new reading and activities room for teenagers at the Swannanoa Public Library in Swannanoa, N.C., early in 1994.

1993

1993 Magazines and Journals

Adam, John. "Virtual Reality is for Real," IEEE Spectrum, October 1993, 22-29.
Virtual Reality. Includes UNC pictures: kitchen walkthrough, ultrasound, nanoManipulator; quotes from faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

Agricultural Research, January 1993, front cover.
Photo of an electron micrograph showing some of the components in a soybean seed cell. For better visibility, computer processing gave different colors to the different components of the seed cell. Color enhancement by graduate student Terry Yoo of UNC.

Antonoff, Michael. "Living in a Virtual World," Popular Science, June 1993, 82-86, 124-125.
Virtual Reality. UNC's walkthrough and ultrasound projects.

Chepesiuk, Ron. "Future Worlds--Virtual Reality Technology is Poised to Transform Science, Education, and Entertainment," Rotarian, 163(4), October 1993, 26-29.
Virtual Reality. Quote by faculty member Henry Fuchs.

Cramblitt, Bob. "World's Fastest Graphics Computer," Computer Graphics World, March 1993, 19.
Pixel-Planes 5.

Englebardt, Stanley. "Get Ready for Virtual Reality," Reader's Digest, December 1993, 127-131.
Many uses of Virtual Reality; quotes by faculty member Gary Bishop.

Kraft, Wade and Carolyn Felix. "Virtual Reality," FOCUS Magazine, Regent University, Virginia Beach, Va., Summer 1993, 28-32.
Impact of Virtual Reality; mention of graduate student Jim Chung's cancer treatment research.

Leathers, Denise. "X-Ray Eyes--Virtual Reality Meets Medical Imaging," RT IMAGE, 17 May 1993, 24-26.
Andrei State discusses medical uses of Virtual Reality.

Lowry, Scott. "From Brass to Silicon: Evolving Instrumentation in the Biological Sciences at UNC-CH," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 11(1), December 1993, 22-24.
Bicentennial issue of Endeavors. Includes information on using Pixel-Planes 5 and Head-Mounted Displays to explore a patient's anatomy for radiation treatment planning. Illustrated by Robert Campell's photo of graduate student Jim Chung viewing a model of a patient's torso with radiation beams placed.

"Present Perspectives: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill," North Carolina: A State of Vision, North Carolina Supercomputing Center.
Research at UNC. Quotes by faculty members Henry Fuchs and Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

Rainsford, A. E. "History of Virtual Reality," Reviews of Computing Technology: Virtual Reality, 15 September 1993, 10-12.
Faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and research at UNC.

Ryan, Michael. "Go Anywhere! But Don't Leave Your Chair," Parade Magazine, 21 March 1993, 18-19.
Virtual Reality. Quotes by faculty member Henry Fuchs.

Sheridan, Thomas B., and David Zeltzer. "Virtual Reality Check," Technology Review, 96(7), October 1993, 20-28.
Mentions UNC's molecular modeling research. Photos by Peter Menzel of graduate students Jim Chung in "bike helmet" Head-Mounted Display and Russell M. Taylor II's hand using force feedback arm for molecular docking.

Stock, Christina. "Pixel Planes: The Next Generation," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 10(2), April 1993, 3.
Cover story, with a picture of landscape and pond generated on Pixel-Planes 5.

Studt, Tim. "Virtual Reality: From Toys to Research Tools," R&D: The International Magazine of Research and Development, March 1993, 18-22.
Commercial VE products. Includes photo of UNC's ARM to illustrate force feedback.

Technologic Partners. "Trying to be Useful," Business Issues in Technology Computer Letter, 9(40), 6 December 1993, 2-3.
nanoManipulator.

Wicker, Tom. "The Next 25 Years," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, Winter 1993 (Bicentennial Issue), 136-139.
Includes photo of graduate student Ellen Scher at computer terminal.

1993 Newspapers
Best, Ward. "Riding in the Fast Lane of the Info Highway--Fiber-Optic Wires Propel NC into 21st Century," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 29 August 1993, A-1, A-11-A-12.
VISTAnet and advantages of information highway.

Best, Ward. "Triangle Team Completes First Info Link," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 29 August 1993, A-10.
VISTAnet. Picture of Andrei State at computer.

Best, Ward. "Virtual World Raises Some Baffling Ethical Questions," Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C., 29 August 1993, A-1, A-10.
Includes information on VISTAnet.

Blackburn, Maria. "Welcome to the Future," Vermont Health, Fall 1993, 14-15.
Medical uses of Virtual Reality and UNC's use of Virtual Reality to enhance use of ultrasound.

Easterly, Greg. "Hubble Telescope Gets Some Earthbound Help, Too," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 9 December 1993, 1B, 5B.
Faculty member James Coggins' algorithm is used to clarify fuzzy images of Hubble telescope.

Gray, Susan. "UNC Departments Helping Test Powerful Communication System," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 28 July 1993, 3, 12.
VISTAnet project.

Jones, Evan. "Home Versions are Still a Few Years Away," Burlington Times News, Burlington, N.C., 7 December 1993, C1-C2.
Graduate student Richard Holloway discusses parts and costs of Virtual Reality systems such as the Head-Mounted Display, the tracker, and Pixel-Planes 5.

Jones, Evan. "Virtual Reality--Many Uses Await This Emerging Technology," Burlington Times News, Burlington, N.C., 7 December 1993, C1-C2.
Rich Holloway discusses research and uses of Virtual Reality at UNC.

MacFadden, Kay. "Technology, Medicine Combine in Landmark Cancer Test," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 1 August 1993, 1F, 4F.
VISTAnet project.

Park, Fred. "RTI, Navy Explore Practical use of VR," North Carolina Beacon, Research Triangle Park, N.C., 3 June 1993, 1, 16.
Virtual Reality and UNC's robotic arm.

Varon, Elana. "Federal Research Funds Target Clinical Computing," Federal Computer Week, 20 December 1993, 1, 10.
Health care and computers, mention of UNC's image-guided surgery and remote consultations and VISTAnet.

"VISTAnet Weds Fiber Optics to Super Computers," North Carolina Beacon, 3(47), 12 August 1993, 3.

1993 Radio and Television
"In View," UNC Student Television, 3 November 1993.
Interview with graduate student Mark Mine about UNC's Virtual Reality research.

"Informatica Videomagazine," IHT Gruppo Editoriale and Odeon TV (Italy). Part 1 broadcast 28 April 1993; Part 2 broadcast 19 May 1993.
This Italian program covered what Virtual Reality is, which technologies are available, and what the future holds. Footage from UNC includes molecular modeling research.

"Information Imaging and Its Possibilities," Hitachi Science Series. 1993.
It includes excerpts from UNC's 1991 tape "Head-Mounted Display Research at UNC-CH," The project which produced the tape was part of a series sponsored by Hitachi, and the video was distributed free of charge to public libraries and to science and math high schools in Japan. Highly Enterprises, N.Y., produced the video for Hitachi.

Interview with faculty member Henry Fuchs on WCHL Morning Show, WCHL Radio, Chapel Hill, N.C., 23 July 1993.
Interview done in conjunction with the program called "Beyond the Looking Glass," on the PBS series, The New Explorers.

"Globus", NDR German TV, Fall 1993, Martin Schneider, filmmaker.
Documentary on virtual environments including information on the UNC Department of Computer Science's research.

"Research Facts and Vision," Bavarian Television Channel 3 (public television). Footage of UNC's nanoManipulator project was broadcast on this TV series about computers, October 1993.

"Schijn bedriegt (Virtual Reality)," Episode of BRTN (Belgium Television News) series, Herover de Aarde, (Conquer the Earth), October 1993. (Running Time: ~50). (In English and Flemish.)
This documentary included footage of virtual environments research in the Department of Computer Science's Graphics and Image lab and footage of a video seminar taught by faculty member Henry Fuchs on 28 September 1993. This footage was incorporated into a documentary on virtual environments that was broadcast in late 1993.

"Virtual Reality," ABC News Nightline, with Ted Koppel, 18 May 1993.
Excerpts of video footage of UNC research. Guests on this show were Jaron Lanier and Frank Biocca. This was a tie-in to the broadcast of the television miniseries, "Wild Palms," that allegedly used virtual reality in its story line.

"Virtual Reality at UNC," WTVD-TV News Channel 11 (ABC affiliate, Durham, N.C.), 18 May 1993. Don Ross, reporter.
Broadcast in conjunction with the national broadcast of "Wild Palms."

"Virtual Reality: Immersed in High Performance Computing and Communications," National Science Foundation-sponsored video produced by the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. December 1993.
Contains UNC footage of flying through molecules, radiation therapy planning, and 1993 ultrasound experiments. Also included on this videotape are two segments about EVL research: "The CAVE--A Virtual Reality Theater" and "Scientists in Wonderland."

"Virtual Reality/Medicine," Segment #490 of "Today's Breakthroughs: Tomorrow's Cures," 4(2), May 1993. (Running Time: 1:29.)
Footage of UNC ultrasound visualization project. Show is a nationally syndicated TV series about the cutting edge of medicine, distributed by Ivanhoe Communications, Orlando, Fla. This series is broadcast by more than 80 television stations in the U.S. and reaches approximately 68 million households.

"Virtual Reality Story," on Canadian public TV program, Towards 2000.
Includes UNC footage of architectural walkthrough.

"Virtual Worlds: How People are Using Virtual Reality to Change the Real World ... For Better or Worse," Robert Miller, producer, 1993.
Features faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and UNC's Virtual Reality research. Footage obtained by Miller from ABC News.

1993 Miscellaneous
UNC Bicentennial Research Timeline Poster, Fall 1993.
Entries concerning the UNC Department of Computer Science's research include: 1974: The GRIP Molecular Graphics System is used to visualize the shape of a protein, enabling researchers for the first time to solve protein structures without building physical models; 1987: Frederick P. Brooks Jr. is appointed by President Ronald Reagan to serve on the National Science Board, the governing body of the National Science Foundation; 1989: Etta Pisano (Radiology) and Stephen M. Pizer (Computer Science) begin developing computer techniques to enhance digital mammography images and thus detect tumors sooner; 1992: NCGA Graphics Performance Characterization Committee bills Pixel-Planes 5 as "the world's fastest graphics computer." Illustration of IVEX Golden Gate Bridge image.

UNC video shown at half-time during athletic events produced 1993.
This short video focuses on three areas of research at UNC, one of which is the Department of Computer Science's research in virtual reality.

Video footage of the Department of Computer Science's research on the nanoManipulator and Ultrasound examination was used in an exhibition etitled "Liquid Vision."
Produced by Ohio's Center of Science and Technology, this exhibition explores the interface between art and technology and addresses topics such as virtual environments, light and perception, lasers, holography, stereo vision, and computer imagery. The exhibition ran at Ohio's Center of Science and Technology October 1993 through January 1994, then traveled to seven other major science centers in Los Angeles, Boston, Fort Worth, St. Paul, Charlotte, Chicago, and Philadelphia.

1993 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
UNC News Services. "Computer Students Earn Link Fellowships," Carolina News, No. 251, 12 April 1993, 2.
Graduate students Michael Bajura and Carl Mueller receive Link Foundation Fellowships.

1992

1992 Magazines and Journals

Cramblitt, Bob. "UNC Uses PLB to Chart Performance of 'World's Fastest Graphics Computer,'" GPC Quarterly Report, 2(4), Fourth Quarter 1992, 6-9.
The Quarterly Report of the Graphics Performance Characterization Committee of NCGA. Discusses Pixel-Planes 5.

Garassini, Stefania. "Walking on Venus," Bit, March 1992, 186-189. (In Italian).
Comments from faculty member Henry Fuchs, explanation of some research at UNC. Illustrations: Ultrasound drawing, graduate student Ming Ouh-Young and the ARM.

Hamilton, David P., ed. "Science Scope: Envisioning Research with Virtual Reality," Science, Vol. 256, 1 May 1992, 603.
National Research Council's intention to make VE a serious research agenda. UNC not mentioned, but the article is illustrated with photo of UNC's optical ceiling tracker.

Hamilton, Joan O'C., Emily T. Smith, Gary McWilliams, Evan I. Schwartz, and John Carey. "Virtual Reality: How a Computer-Generated World Could Change the Real World," Business Week, 5 October 1992, 96-105.
Cover story. Does not discuss UNC's research; does include quote from faculty member Henry Fuchs on need for better technology.

MacLeod, Douglas. "Virtual Reality," Progressive Architecture, April 1992, 55-56.
Virtual Environments use in architecture. Some explanation of UNC Architectural Walkthrough project and interview with Warren Robinett. Illustration of UNC kitchen walkthrough using optical ceiling tracker.

"The Next Best Thing to Being There: An Exploration of Virtual Reality," ASEE Prism, May 1992, 26-29.
Information on UNC's research; photo of architectural walkthrough using treadmill.

Pool, Robert. "A Visit to a Virtual World," Science, 256(5053), 3 April 1992, 45.
Molecular modeling. Part of a special section on "Computing in Science."

Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 1(2), Spring 1992, front and back covers.
Photos of nanoManipulator Project: Front cover: image of an ion-etched graphite surface as seen using the UNC/UCLA nanoManipulator; Back cover: Head-Mounted Display and ARM used to display and control modifications of a surface that is scanned by the STM.

Quéau, Philippe. "La Puissance du virtuel," Les Métaphores du virtuel, 30 January 1992, 17-20. (In French).
Mentions Pixel-Planes 5 research under the direction of faculty members Henry Fuchs and Frederick P. Brooks Jr. Illustrations of the Head-Mounted Display.

Stix, Gary. "See-Through View: Virtual Reality May Guide Physicians' Hands," Scientific American, September 1992, 166.
UNC Ultrasound/HMD Project. Includes photos.

"Virtual Reality: Groping at Atoms," Economist, 324(7768), 18 July 1992, 100-101.
NanoManipulator research.

Zorpette, Glenn, coordinator. "Graphics: The Genius is in the Detail," IEEE Spectrum, October 1992, 8.
Includes descriptions of Pixel-Planes 5 and PixelFlow.

1992 Newspapers
Aldersey-Williams, Hugh. "Take a Walk Through a World of Molecules," Independent, London, UK, 29 June 1992, Science-19.
GRIP and nanoManipulator projects.

Azizian, Carol A. "Virtual Reality: Limitless Possibilities Seen for Technology," Flint Journal, Flint, Mich., 26 April 1992, G1, G4.
General article. Includes a short paragraph on UNC's work in area of architectural walkthrough.

Carroll, Brian. "Virtual Reality: Exploring the Future," Furniture Today, 17(5), 5 October 1992, 8, 10.
Weekly business newspaper of the furniture industry in High Point, N.C. Virtual Environments and architectural walkthrough research at UNC and possible future application to the furniture industry.

DeBose, Carla. "Profs' Virtual Reality Moves from UNC to TV," Chapel Hill Newspaper, Chapel Hill, N.C., 19 April 1992, D1.
Published in conjunction with the PBS series, "The Machine That Changed the World."

Delk, Fay L. "Into Other Worlds: Virtual Reality Technology Unlocks Created Experiences," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 May 1992, 3.
Virtual Reality research at UNC.

Delk, Fay L. "Potential to Change Patterns of Thinking Opens Discussion," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 May 1992, 3.
Impact of VE on the future. Includes ideas of Department of Computer Science researchers, and other UNC faculty, including Frank Biocca of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

"El acceso a un mundo simulado tridimensional para el gran público es ya posible con la realidad virtual," El Pais, 14 July 1992, 21. (In Spanish).
Report on the Exposition at La Coruña, at which some UNC Virtual Environments video was shown.

Gaston, Janice. "It's Real ... Or Is It?" Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, N.C., 9 April 1992, 33, 35.
UNC Virtual Environments research. Published in conjunction with the PBS series, "The Machine That Changed the World."

Husted, Bill. "Virtual Reality: It's All in the Mind," Atlanta Constitution, 29 September 1992, C1, C8.
Virtual Reality research at UNC.

Moose, Debbie. "Virtual Reality Goes to Your Head: Computer-Aided Gadgetry Creates New Mind Games," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 1992, 1C-2C.
Virtual Reality research at UNC.

O'Neill, Patrick. "Bill Clinton Talks Education at UNC," Chapel Hill Newspaper, Chapel Hill, N.C., 30 April 1992.
Bill Clinton participates in an educational teleconference from Sitterson Hall.

Perry, David. "A Captivating Walk Inside Virtual Worlds," Furniture Today, 17(5), 5 October 1992, 9-10.
Weekly business newspaper of the furniture industry in High Point, N.C.. Virtual Environments and architectural walkthrough research at UNC and possible future application to the furniture industry.

Rifkin, Glenn. "PBS Series will Stroll into 'Virtual Reality,'" New York Times, 1 April 1992, C7.
Advertisement for the PBS series, "The Machine that Changed the World." Reprinted in Winston-Salem Journal, 24 April 1992, 33.

Schultz, Mark. "Phone Book Design Goes High Tech," Chapel Hill Observer, Chapel Hill, N.C., November 1992.
The Chapel Hill/Carrboro Telephone Book cover photo depicts the VISTAnet project.

1992 Radio and Television
CBS Evening News, "Eye on America" virtual reality story, 14 February 1992. Erin Hayes, correspondent. (Running Time: 04:03).
Includes footage shot in the UNC Department of Computer Science Graphics and Image Lab, as well as some UNC stock footage.

"The Future is Now: Home Sweet Home," an episode of the public TV series Innovation, dealt with the topic of the home of the future and included footage of UNC's architectural walkthrough project. The program aired first on 14 January 1992, and was scheduled to be broadcast up to three times in four years.

Interview with faculty member Henry Fuchs on WCHL Morning Show, WCHL Radio, Chapel Hill, N.C., 10 April 1992.
Interview done in conjunction with PBS series, The Machine That Changed the World.

Interview with graduate student Jim Chung on WCHL Radio, Chapel Hill, N.C., 11 August 1992.
Interview is about the UNC Department of Computer Science's Virtual Reality research.

"The Paperback Computer," program 3 of the five-part PBS series, The Machine That Changed the World, WGBH-TV, Boston, Mass. First broadcast 20 April 1992.
Part of this episode covered virtual reality. The Department of Computer Science's research, particularly architectural walkthrough, was highlighted.

"Merging Virtual Objects with the Real World: Seeing Ultrasound within the Patient" was broadcast on the German public television (Bavarian TV BR3 and SW) series Computer Meeting. Broadcast 2 October 1992.
This episode of "Computer Meeting" was about the SIGGRAPH'92 conference, at which this paper and video were presented.

"North Carolina Virtual Reality Special," Episode of the program High Tech Shower International, which is broadcast on a cable network in Asia. Broadcast 21 April 1992. In English. Audience of this program is mostly Japanese businessmen and computer science or electrical engineering researchers.

"Réalités Virtuelles," Episode of the French cable television news magazine program, Ex Nihilo. Broadcast on TV CANAL+ in France, CANAL+ in Spain, and PREMIERE in Germany, April and May 1992.

Travis, Randy. Three-part series, called "Future Vision," on virtual reality on WAGA-TV (CBS affiliate) Evening News, Atlanta, Ga., late November 1992.
Showed how the South is playing a major role in development of Virtual Reality. Georgia Tech received much attention, but UNC material and an interview with faculty member Gary Bishop were intended to focus on practical uses of Virtual Reality, the immediacy of everyday use of such technology, and research commitment to Virtual Reality development.

"Virtual Reality" episode of the one-half hour series The Doctor Is In, produced by the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and New Hampshire Public Television, was broadcast in Spring 1992. Several UNC Virtual Reality research projects were included in this episode. "The Doctor Is In" is currently aired on approximately 80 public television stations in the U.S.

"Virtual Reality" segment on the daily medical news syndicated program, 60 Second Housecall, broadcast on 6 July 1992, to 43 TV affiliates all over the U.S. and some foreign countries. This one-minute news segment focused on the ultrasound project, used clips from the video, "Merging Virtual Objects with the Real World: Seeing Ultrasound within the Patient."

"Virtual Reality" episode of TV series TV Intelligente, the RAI Corportation (Italian Radio TV System). Spring 1992.
Included footage of UNC research. TV Intelligente is an educational series about television and news media. This is on a videotape with another segment of this program, "Interactive TV."

"Virtual Reality Lets People Walk Through Ghost Rooms," Segment on Science & Technology Week, Cable News Network, 16 May 1992, Miles O'Brien, correspondent.
Architectural walkthrough, ultrasound, and molecular modeling. Department archives include written script rather than a copy of the video.

1992 Miscellaneous
Cover photo of Chapel Hill/Carrboro Southern Bell Telephone Directory, November 1992 - November 93.
Photo of Andrei State and Julian Rosenman, MD, illustrating the VISTAnet project. Bell South is one of the research partners on this project.

"Information Imaging and its Possibilities," Educational video in the Hitachi Science Series.
These videotapes are distributed free of charge in Japan to science high schools and public libraries. This video contains some information about Virtual Reality research being conducted at UNC.

"Head-Mounted Display Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill," SIGGRAPH '91 tape, August 1991, was shown at the CNN World Economic Development Congress, Washington, D.C., 17-20 September 1992.

"Head-Mounted Display Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill," SIGGRAPH '91 tape, August 1991, was shown at the Virtual Reality Exposition that was held 10-31 July 1992, at the Menendez Pelayo University in La Coruña, Spain.

"Revue Virtuelle," an interactive multimedia exhibition that was part of the Manifeste exhibition in the modern art museum at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France, 17 June - 11 October 1992. "Revue Virtuelle" included the following video footage from UNC: Architectural Walkthrough, Flying through Molecules, See Ultrasound Imagery within the Patient, the 3D Modeler. A laserdisk was made from the video that was part of the exhibition.

1992 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
Lucas, Liz. "UNC-CH Virtual Worlds Research to be Featured on PBS Series," Carolina News, No. 223, 6 April 1992.
University press release publication about our research being featured in the PBS show "The Machine that Changed the World."

1991

1991 Magazines and Journals

Bylinsky, Gene. "The Marvels of 'Virtual Reality.'" Fortune, 3 June 1991, 138-150.
Overview; includes description of molecular modeling research at UNC.

Discover, Magazine April 1991, 80.
Photograph of faculty member Hiroyuki Watanabe's Fuzzy Logic chip.

Fernández de Bobadilla, Vicente. "Ciberespacios: Las Prodigiosas Aplicaciones de la Realidad Artificial," Muy Interesante, No. 65, March 1991, 33-44.
Some mention of UNC's research; several photos of UNC research taken by Peter Menzel.

Garassini, Stefania. "Una Galleria per la Realtà del Futuro," CG & MM, 1991, 36-39. (In Italian).
Review of the Tomorrow's Realities Gallery at SIGGRAPH '91, written by a journalist from Milan, Italy.

Glenn, Steve. "Real Fun, Virtually: Entertainment in Public Spaces," Vizions, Winter 1990-91, 22-26.
Short description of UNC's architectural walkthrough work.

Jacobson, Linda. "Virtual Reality: A Status Report," AI Expert, 6(8), August 1991, 26-33.
Mentions UNC research along with research of several other major research centers.

Marcoplos, Mark. "Virtual Reality: The Real World of Illusion," Spectator, Raleigh, N.C., 13(22), 18-24 April 1991, 5-6. Also cover photo.
Virtual Reality research at UNC.

"Pioneering UNC-Chapel Hill Computer Graphics Are Out of This World," Board of Governors Quarterly, Spring 1991, 2.
Announcement of the Gang of 5 grant. Includes a discussion of the ARM and its usage to examine drug molecules. Also includes picture of graduate student Ming Ouh-Young Ouh-Young using ARM.

Stix, Gary. "Reach Out: Touch is Added to Virtual Reality Simulations," Scientific American, February 1991, 134.
About force feedback; includes lengthy description of UNC's work on molecular modeling using the force-feedback arm.

Tisdale, Sallie. "It's Been Real," Esquire, April 1991, 35-37, 145-147.
No mention of UNC. Does include photo of graduate student Rich Holloway using Head-Mounted Display.

"Virtual Reality on Capitol Hill: U.S. Senate Subcommittee Hearing," CyberEdge Journal, No. 4, July/August 1991, 1.
Report on hearing on virtual reality held by Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space. Describes testimony of faculty member Frederick P. Brooks Jr., who served as a witness at this hearing. UNC drawing (by Andrei State) of molecular modeling workstation illustrated the story.

Wagner, Mitch. "VR Researchers: Improving the Illusion," UNIX Today! 4 February 1991, 45-60.
Describes UNC research on molecular docking simulation and architectural Walkthrough, along with research of several other institutions.

Wheeler, David L. "Computer-Created World of 'Virtual Reality' Opening New Vistas to Scientists," Chronicle of Higher Education, 37(26), 13 March 1991, A6, A12-A15.
Overview article, illustrated by photos of UNC research.

Willim, Von Bernd. "SIGGRAPH '91: Part 2: Die Welt von Morgen and das Beste aus der Film- und Video-Show," Professional Production, No. 49, October 1991, 37-41. (In German).
Review of the Tomorrow's Realities Gallery at SIGGRAPH '91.

1991 Newspapers
Belsie, Laurent. "A Goggle-Eyed Visit To 'Virtual Reality,'" Christian Science Monitor, 12 June 1991, 13.
Short description of UNC's Head-Mounted Display research and the ARM.

Kauffman, Susan. "Computers Help Create New 'Reality,'" News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 4 July 1991, 3F.
UNC Department of Computer Science's exhibits in the Tomorrow's Realities Gallery at the ACM SIGGRAPH'91 conference in Las Vegas.

Meek, Ginger. "Computer Science Department Enters Realm of Virtual Reality," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 99(108), 1991.
Virtual Environments research at UNC.

Rogoff, Leonard. "Virtual Reality: In VR Research, Carolina is the 'Intellectual Hotspot of the World,'" University Alumni Report, October 1991, 10-13.
Virtual Environments research at UNC.

Snee, Andrew, and Charles Overbeck. "Virtual Reality: A Brave New World," Phoenix, University of North Carolina, 31 October 1991, 5.
Virtual Environments research at UNC.

1991 Radio and Television
Judge, Ned. Story on virtual reality on NBC's "Today" show, late November 1991,
Includes footage of UNC's research footage shot by the Department of Computer Science and sent to Judge.

"Virtual Reality" segment on ABC News program, Prime Time Live. 19 September 1991.
Partially filmed in the UNC Graphics Lab.

1991 Press Releases and Departmental Articles
Williamson, David. "$14.7 Million Center Will Enhance Computer Graphics, Quality of Life," Carolina News, No. 140, 14 March 1991, 1-3.
UNC press release about the Science and Technology Center for Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization and its aid in UNC virtual reality research; quotes by faculty members Frederick P. Brooks Jr. and Henry Fuchs.

1990

1990 Magazines and Journals

Carrabine, Laura. "Way-Out Graphics: Plugging into the Computer to Sense," Computer-Aided Engineering, June 1990, 16ff.
Detailed description of Virtual Reality at UNC and other institutions; description of UNC's work on medical and architectural applications; includes UNC photo of Head-Mounted Display user on treadmill and Sitterson Hall lobby.

"Computer 2000," P.M. Magazine, (1990).
German popular science and technology publication; article illustrated by photos of architectural walkthrough from UNC.

"Computer Whiz's 'Cool Idea' Can Put People in a Different World," Economist, 1990. Reprinted in News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., September 1990 (see section on Newspapers for 1990).
Although predominantly about Jaron Lanier and VPL, this article mentions UNC work on force feedback and architectural walkthrough.

Daviss, Bennett. "Grand Illusions," Discover, 11(6), June 1990, 36-41.
Overview. Includes descriptions of UNC's research on architectural walkthrough, radiation therapy treatment planning, and plans for optical ceiling tracker.

Gatti, Claudio. "Paradiso Simulato," Europeo, 21 April 1990, 66-71. (In Italian).
Includes a photo of faculty member Henry Fuchs and a photo of a graduate student using a head-mounted display.

Jenish, D'Arcy, and Alan Earle. "Re-creating Reality: A New Development Has Tantalizing Applications," MacLean's, 4 June 1990, 56-57.
Overview of Virtual Reality. Describes UNC's Virtual Reality application for radiation beam placement.

Newsweek, (International edition), 7 May 1990, 46.
Includes photos of UNC's architectural walkthrough.

"Science and Business: Gigabit Connection," Scientific American, October 1990, 118.
UNC's VISTAnet project and other gigabit network research programs coordinated by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives.

Wright, Karen. "Discovery," New York Newsday, 5 June 1990, 1, 8-9.
Detailed description of the uses of Virtual Reality. Mentions UNC's architectural walkthrough and possibility of establishing Reality Net which would link UNC, VPL, MIT, and Seattle.

1990 Newspapers
"Computer Whiz's 'Cool Idea" Can Put People in a Different World," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., September 1990. Reprinted from the Economist 1990 (see section on Magazines and Journals for 1990.)
Although predominantly about Jaron Lanier and VPL, article also mentions UNC work on force feedback and architectural walkthrough.

Haight, Kathy. "Welcome to Another Reality," Charlotte Observer, 18 March 1990, 1E, 7E.
Virtual Reality research.

Hall, Trish. "'Virtual Reality' Takes its Place in the Real World," New York Times, 8 July 1990, A1.

Wood, Daniel B. "Computers Create 'Virtual Reality.'" Christian Science Monitor, 1 November 1990, 12-13.
Mostly about VPL and NASA, but includes a couple of quotes from faculty member Henry Fuchs.

Zachary, G. Pascal. "Artificial Reality: Computer Simulations One Day May Provide Surreal Experiences," Wall Street Journal, 23 January 1990, A1, A9.
Mostly about Jaron Lanier and VPL, but includes a paragraph on UNC's architectural walkthrough research.

Image of a molecule from Department of Computer Science on the cover of the CompuFest supplement to Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 26 September 1990.

Pre-1990

Pre-1990 Magazines and Journals

Carl, Lisa. "Microelectronics at UNC-CH," Chapel Hill News, 18 February 1982.
Story about faculty member Henry Fuchs' microelectronics course in which students design computer chips.

La Brecque, Mort. "The Many Ways Data Must Flow," Mosaic, 15(1), 1984, 18-27.
National Science Foundation's publication for the general public and the scientific and educational communities. Article on progress in creating "dataflow" computers; section on faculty member Henry Fuchs' work in graphics and the Pixel-Planes technology.

"Medical Image Researchers Review New $4.2 Million Grant," Carolina Alumni Review, University of North Carolina, 77(2), Summer 1988, 2-3.
UNC receives grant from National Cancer Institute to study medical technologies such as radiation treatment.

Mushak, Betty, and Phyllis Lewis. "Making 'Smart Pixels'," Endeavors, University of North Carolina, 1(1), Winter 1984, Cover and pages 1-4.
Cover story. Includes photo of faculty member Henry Fuchs and Pixel-Planes on cover. Article explains Pixel-Planes technology.

Myers, Ware. "Update-Algorithms, Ergonomics, and Solid Modeling Highlight SIGGRAPH '81," IEEE Computer, October 1981, 126-127.
SIGGRAPH presentations, faculty member Henry Fuchs comments on current research in designing graphics algorithms into VLSI chips.

"New 3D Technique," Applied Radiology, December 1987, 14.
Article about faculty members Stephen M. Pizer and Henry Fuchs attempting to combine volumetric systems.

Weiss, R. "New Technologies Emerge in Medical AI," Science News, 134(4), 13 August 1988, 101.
UNC's development of hard-wired, high-tech "glasses" that display a three-dimensional field through programmed imagery.

Wright, Jeff. "Altered States: A Software Developer's Vision of the Future of Virtual Reality," Computer Graphics World, December 1989, 77-83.
Overview of Virtual Reality. Includes one paragraph on UNC research. Also includes illustrations of UNC architectural walkthrough.

Pre-1990 Newspapers
Acuna, Armando. "Unwitting Hands Shaped Brown Budget," San Jose Mercury, 12 January 1981, 1.
No direct mention of UNC Computer Science. Brief mention of N.C.'s part in proposed state budget and UNC's interest in microelectronics research.

Bakht, John. "New System Generates 3-D Images," Daily Tar Heel, (CompuFest '88 insert), University of North Carolina, 28 September 1988, Cover and page 2.
How the Pixel-Planes 4 system works.

Basgall, Monte. "Stroke Prevention Getting Care," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 15 March 1981, I-28.
UNC medical research and the use of 3D images to prevent strokes.

Basgall, Monte. "Student Whizzes Use Computer as a Handy Tool in Chip Design," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 16 February 1981.
N.C. Microelectronics Center and a new course in computer chip design.

"Computer Department at Work on Microelectronics," Chapel Hill News, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 February 1982, 8B.
Faculty member Henry Fuchs' course on computer chip design.

"Computers Reconstruct Anatomy," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 12 February 1985, 3.
Medical uses of research at UNC Computer Science; includes computer image of patient's head.

"$4.2 Million for Medical Imaging," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 28 June 1988, 2.
Photo of faculty member Julian Rosenman, MD; caption about grant from National Cancer Institute to research radiation treatment; quote by faculty member Stephen M. Pizer.

Holly, Chris. "UNC Charts Path in Computer Graphics," Chapel Hill Observer, 3 October 1986, 1E.
Pixel-Planes 4 and its uses; photo of faculty members John Poulton, John Eyles, and Henry Fuchs.

Image of a fractal from Department of Computer Science, on the cover of the CompuFest '88 supplement to Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 28 September 1988.

"Johnston Fund Endows 3 Chairs," Chapel Hill Newspaper, Chapel Hill, N.C., 3 August 1988, 5A.
Henry Fuchs receives Federico Gil chaired professorship.

Knight, Myra G. "UNC to use $4.2 Million Grant to Help Doctors 'See' Better," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 14 June 1988.

Lucas, Liz. "Computer Science Building Could Put UNC in Top 10," Durham Morning Herald, Durham, N.C., 16 August 1987, 1C.

Magee, Lynn. "UNC Projects get Big Med-Tech Research Grant," Chapel Hill Newspaper, Chapel Hill, N.C., 13 June 1988.
$4.2 million grant, supporting six projects, to increase the usefulness of medical technologies such as x-rays, CT scans, sonograms, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging and radiation therapy.

McQueen, Mike. "Researchers Focus Research on Goggles That Will Give View of Baby Inside Womb," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 1 June 1984, D-1D.
Head-Mounted Display apparatus enabling doctors to bypass the display screen and directly see a computer-enhanced image of the unborn child superimposed on the woman's body.

Morrison, Dan. "Graphics Program Unveiled," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 1986, n.p.
About Pixel-Planes 4 becoming operational.

"NSF Awards University Multi-Million Dollar Grant," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1(51), 26 July 1988, 7.
Announcement of award of infrastructure grant.

"New X-ray Technique Produces 3-D Images," Greensboro News & Record, Greensboro, N.C., 24 February 1985.
Use of 3D images to view internal parts of the body to aid in surgery.

Pollack, Andrew. "New Computers may Change Concept of Reality," News and Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 10 April 1989, 1A.
Virtual Reality research, description of UNC's GRIP project.

Pollack, Andrew. "What is Artificial Reality? Wear a Computer and See," New York Times, 10 April 1989, 1, 27.
Virtual Reality research, description of UNC's GRIP project.

"Powerful Imaging System Developed at UNC," University Gazette, University of North Carolina, 17 March 1987, 3.
New Pixel-planes technology and its future applications.

"Sitterson Hall Dedication Set at UNC," Durham Morning Herald, Durham, N.C., 11 October 1987, n.p.

Swaringen, Elizabeth. "Triangle University Students Prepare for Microelectronics," Durham Sun, Durham, N.C., 92(30), 6 April 1981, 1.
Triangle students making computer chips, and the possibility of a microelectronics center in the Research Triangle Park.

"These Tools May Prevent Strokes," Durham Morning Herald, 16 March 1981, 13A.
UNC research and medical uses of 3D images.

"3 Named to Johnston Fund Endowed Chairs," Chapel Hill Herald, Chapel Hill, N.C., 3 August 1988, 7.
Faculty member Henry Fuchs receives the Federico Gil chaired Professorship. Includes photo of Henry.

"UNC Gets Jump on Microelectronics," Unversity Gazette, University of North Carolina, 10(5), 16 March 1982, 2.
Henry Fuchs' course which teaches computer chip design; includes photo of computer chip; same article as Chapel Hill News, on 12 February 1982.

"UNC Researchers Are Developing Three-Dimensional X-Ray Technique," News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C., 24 February 1985.
Use of 3D images to view internal parts of the body to aid in surgery.

"UNC Researchers Turning X Rays Into 3D Image," Charlotte Observer, 23 February 1985.
Use of 3D images to view internal parts of the body to aid in surgery.

"UNC Studies Unusual X-Ray," Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, N.C., 26 February 1985.
Use of 3D images to view internal parts of the body to aid in surgery.

Weeks, Bevin. "Computer Graphics Takes Off at UNC," Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, 11 October 1989, 1-2.
Cover story of special insert on CompuFest '89 in the UNC student newspaper, Daily Tar Heel.

Williamson, David. "UNC Scientists Get Patent For Computerized Device," Chapel Hill Newspaper, 12 November 1986.
Pixel-Planes and patent received in 1986.

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