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DIVE has two possible meanings, depending on whether you mean DIVE, or DiVE.


DIVE or Distributed Interactive Virtual Environment, is an open-source VR platform, first developed by the Swedish Institute of Computer Science in the 1990s. It is not particularly graphically stupendous, but is completely operating system independent, and will run on practically anything.

DIVE based applications run on virtual private networks and are exclusively based for multiple participants.

2. DiVE

The DiVE, or Duke immersive Virtual Environment is a form of CAVE VR interface room for multiple participants, used by Duke University. First brought online in 1995, it remains one of the earliest constructed CAVE systems, still in use.

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Related Dictionary Entries for DIVE:

Distributed Interactive Virtual Environment


Duke immersive Virtual Environment

Somatosensory Pathway


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A robotic submarine is undergoing final preparations to dive to the deepest-known part of the oceans.

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MSU researchers are using its first unmanned aerial vehicle to help farmers maximize yields by improving nitrogen and water management and reducing environmental impact such as nitrate leaching or nitrous oxide emissions.