University of Minnesota and University of Michigan, University of Michigan, University of Illionois at Chicago

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The GeoWall project offers 3D scientific visualization tools to aid in the understanding of spatial relationships. The site provides details on the hardware specifications and software requirements for building and using projection systems which visualize the structure and dynamics of the Earth in stereo. The site also features various earth science data sets and links to web pages offering a number of practical applications and current uses of geowall, including lessons and laboratory activities.

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Part of the Cutting Edge collection. The NAGT/DLESE On the Cutting Edge project helps geoscience faculty stay up-to-date with both geoscience research and teaching methods.

Cutting Edge

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Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Structural Geology, Geoscience:Lunar and Planetary Science
Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Animations/Video
Grade Level: Middle (6-8), Intermediate (3-5), Primary (K-2), Graduate/Professional, High School (9-12), College Lower (13-14), College Upper (15-16)
Topics: Earth surface, Human Dimensions/Resources, Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics, Hydrosphere/Cryosphere, Solar system, Solid Earth:Structural Geology, Solid Earth
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Planetary Science, Structural GeologyKeywords: visualization, virtual reality stereo projection, vrml inventor performer, spatial relationships