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DDVE design class. Fundamentals

Jaanus Kase
December 12, 2011

DDVE design class. Fundamentals

I presented this material with my colleague Priidu Zilmer as part of a two-day design workshop for Tartu University’s Design and Development of Virtual Environments Master’s program. See www.ddve.ee for more info.

Jaanus Kase

December 12, 2011

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