The College of Electrical and Information Engineering has held its annual project achievement exhibition for 19 years. This year, 18 projects run by students were exhibited on this three-day event, and the very first ICAROS, a virtual reality exercise machine, in Taiwan was introduced and displayed by ISU, which would be a helpful tool for ISU to develop interdisciplinary teaching and research in the future.

The very first ICAROS in Taiwan was introduced by ISU, and President Chen was excited to give it a try.

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