Daniel J. Sandin is director emeritus of the Electronic Visualization Lab (EVL) and a professor emeritus in the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Currently Sandin is a researcher at EVL at UIC and at CALIT2 Institute at the University of California at San Diego. In 1991, Sandin, DeFanti and Carolina Cruz-Neira developed the CAVE virtual reality (VR) theater. In recent years, Sandin has been concentrating on the creation of network based tele-collaborative VR art works which involve video camera image materials, rich human interaction and mathematical systems. Sandin’s latest VR display systems focus on auto-stereo. These displays support stereovision and the VR experience without the need of wearing glasses or other gear.