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DigitalSpace's BrahmsVE project was completed in 2003 and the work product can be seen at this page. This page and description is here for historical purposes.

BrahmsVE was a cooperative project between NASA Ames Research Center USRA/RIACS, and DigitalSpace to develop a discrete agent based work practice simulation and design environment utilizing the Brahms� engine, the Oworld engine and Adobe Atmosphere�. The BrahmsVE project was carried out between 2000 and 2003 and its most highly developed application was to simulate life aboard the FMARS Haughton Mars Project analogue habitat on Devon Island, Canada. Other BrahmsVE applications can be seen in our project showcase.