Ivan Sutherland: “Virtual Reality before It Had that Name”

Ivan Sutherland: “Virtual Reality before It Had that Name”
Episode 15 Feb 12, 2019

Ivan Sutherland is often referred to as the “Father of Computer Graphics.” His work at Harvard, MIT, the University of Utah, and DARPA aided the development of networking, graphics, virtual reality, and robotics technologies. In this 1996 lecture “Virtual Reality before It Had that Name,” Sutherland describes his time at Harvard and the initial steps toward early virtual reality systems.

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