VR4Variable Ratio 4 (psychiatry)
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purchasers, local authorities, educational institutions) VR Resourcing VR1 Develop and maintain workforce planning to support current and future requirements VR2 Recruit and select people into the organization VR3 Optimize the deployment of staff within the organization VR4 Identify individual potential to develop and meet future resourcing requirements VR5 Release people from the organization (e.g.
The 2002 Galants now come with three petrol options and manual or tiptronic manual/auto gearboxes and all have the VR4 supercar bodystyling.
A Virtual Research VR4 (Virtual Research Systems, Inc., Aptos, CA) LCD head-mounted display with a 48[degrees] x 36[degrees] field of view was used, and a Polhemus 3-SPACE (Polhemus, Inc., Colchester, VT) magnetic tracker was mounted on the display to measure head position and orientation at a rate of 30/s.
Other vehicle on the stand will be an Evolution VI GSR, Galant VR4 saloon, FTO and Mitsubishi's sports coupe.
We used an HMD manufactured by Virtual Research (VR4), which provides a stereoscopic 3D 380 x 560 pixelated image to each eye through two 1[inch] x 1[inch] color liquid crystal display monitors.
The firm will be importing up to 50 vehicles each month which will initially concentrate on desirable Ralliart and performance products including the FTO, GTO, Galant VR4 and Evolution VI.
There's plenty of trick stuff, though, like the Mitsubishi Galant VR4, Subaru Impreza WRX, Ford GT40, Lister Storm, classic Lotus Elans, the not-yet-released Renault Clio Sport V6, Peugeot 206 rally car and 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray as well as the Citroen Saxo, Alfa 155 and Mercedes A-Class.
The experimental head-coupled virtual display system consisted of a VR4 Biocular headmounted display (Virtual Research Systems, Inc., Santa Clara, CA), a Polhemus 3-SPACE head tracking system (Polhemus Inc., Colchester, Vermont), and a Silicon Graphics Onyx workstation (SGI, Mountain View, CA) (Figure 1).
The NCR Corporation has announced the 3600 and 3700 product lines that employ shared-nothing architectures running System VR4 of Unix on Intel 486 and 586 processors.