Dublin city centre goes virtual

Steven Collins, the founder of Dublin gaming software firm Havok, is leading a new €2.5 million project to create a virtual map of Dublin city centre.

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Ian Kehoe

10th February, 2007

Steven Collins, the founder of Dublin gaming software firm Havok, is leading a new €2.5 million project to create a virtual map of Dublin city centre.

Collins is part of a research team at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), which is working on the new four-year initiative called Project Metropolis. Science Foundation Ireland, the state scientific research agency, is providing €2.5 million to fund the project.

Collins said that the aim of Project Metropolis was to...

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