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PRISM, established in Spring 1996 at ASU, is a multi-disciplinary research program investigating computer aided design. Five colleges and the office of the Vice-Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives support collaborative projects between ASU academic programs and/or industry.

For more information about Prism, please visit: http://surdas.eas.asu.edu/prism/prism/

Partnership for Research In Stereo Modeling (PRISM), 1998

Partnership for Research In Stereo Modeling (PRISM)
Photographer: Tim Trumble
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