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    Rod,

    You may want to try contacting a Palo Alto company called "Virtual
    Technologies." They make a commercial virtual reality product which
    could be used for biomechanics applications. Their web page is

    http://www.virtex.com

    Regards,

    B.J. Fregly

    > ------------------------------
    >
    > Date: Thu, 12 Dec 1996 22:57:05 -0800
    > From: "Rodney J. Corn"
    > Subject: help
    >
    > Dear biomch-l,
    >
    > My name is Rod Corn and I'm a senior at Cal St. University, Chico. I was
    > referred to you by Dr. Abraham at the University of Texas at Austin in
    > regards to my situation. I am very interested in the affects of virtual
    > reality on athletic performance and is what I wish to pursue for my
    > graduate studies. I am in search of persons and/or institutions that might
    > be involved with this field or something related.
    >
    > Any comments, suggestions, or information would be extremely helpful.
    >
    > Thank You,
    >
    > Rod Corn
    > rcorn@Mako.com
    >
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    Benjamin J. Fregly, Ph.D.
    Research and Development Engineer
    Parametric Technology Corporation
    Mechanica Division
    2590 North First Street, Suite 200
    San Jose, CA 95131
    Tel: 408/953-8650
    E-mail: bj@sj.ptc.com
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