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3999 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Reina Joseph Bradley 19.09.2020
Zheng Yan 19.09.2020
Saum-Pascual Alex 18.09.2020
Hockx Michel 18.09.2020
Dingjia Chen 18.09.2020


255 records
Titlesort ascending Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Vuforia 05.09.2017
Vue E-on Software 26.04.2016
VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) 1995 04.05.2015
Vocaloid Yamaha Corporation 2004 08.09.2016
Vive 06.11.2017


618 records
Name Event Date City Country Updated
“This Is Not a Utopia”—Collection of Russian Electronic Literature 06.08.2015 Bergen Norway 30.11.2016
Фестиваль поэзии на острове | эпизод: Новая Голландия 23.01.2013 St-Petersburg Russia 30.11.2016
Теории и практики медиаискусства - 3 31.05.2012 Екатеринбург Russia 30.11.2016
САМАРА: ЛИТерАРТ’ 2012 26.09.2012 Samara Russia 30.11.2016
Невидимая граница 13.09.2012 Moscow Russia 30.11.2016