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Ten years ago, student Cameron Browning (BDes ’05) donned glasses in York’s Virtual Reality & Perception Lab. Today, the just-married Browning is the web development manager at New York City’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. “We were testing out the computer science department’s new CAVE environment,” he says. “It was like watching a 3D movie, except that you were locked in a cube where all six sides are screens, like the holodeck in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Since graduating, I’ve built a career out of designing experiences and inventing systems that bend visitors’ perceptions of their physical and digital realities in similar ways.” 

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