In Columbia U. Project Trader Interacts With Options


No, Virginia, this gloved hand does not belong to Michael Jackson. In fact, the hand may soon belong to a trader, who, wearing a special glove, will be able to "handle" financial instruments displayed in three or four dimensions on his monitor.

The glove and the high performance workstation that can display three- and four-dimensional surfaces are tools of a year-long project on financial visualization begun two months ago at Columbia University's Center for Advanced Technology (CAT), which

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