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Anthony Wilson wins URP grand prix.

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Anthony Wilson, undergraduate student of industrial design KAIST, advised by Prof. Daniel Saakes and TA Joongi Shin, received the Grand Prix for his Undergraduate Research Participation (URP) Project. He developed a Virtual Reality application for exercising in the gym that works with 360 video. A small user study indicates that his approach makes exercising more fun and less boring.11.jpg

 

 

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