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PROJECT PREY

Project Prey simulates the auditory and visual experiences of animals of prey, including (among others) rabbits, deer, and squirrels. It allows human users to experience "hearing" with two ears that rotate 180 degrees, independently of each other. The project also provides users an opporutnity to "see" with monocular vision. Both experiences are markedly different from the auditory and visual capabilities of human beings.

WINNER--- SIGGRAPH 2009 Annual Research Challenge competition. Individuals and teams develop innovative solutions to a challenge problem, demonstrating their creativity, design, and execution skills. Selected finalists will present their work to a panel of distinguished judges in a public session in competition for final awards.

Dan Mikesell
City University of New York, New York City College of Technology

CITYTECH STUDENTS:
Matt Canada
Felicia Collum
David Martinez
Chris Ozone
Toija Riggins
Aaron Yaw
Kara Bohnenstiel

Project Prey demo

Project Prey Students

Project prey students