The Naval Postgraduate School MOVES Program -- Entertainment Research Directions
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In 1997, the National Research Council issued a report that specified a joint research agenda for defense and entertainment modeling and simulation [NRC,97]. The NRC report provides a guide as to what research and development needs to be done to develop our future interactive entertainment and defense modeling and simulation systems. As a consequence of that report, a number of research laboratories have developed a joint entertainment/VR or entertainment/defense or entertainment/NASA focus. The Naval Postgraduate School MOVES Program, the largest modeling, virtual environments and simulation academic program, is one such organization following that report’s research agenda with a number of active projects in defense and entertainment collaboration.
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Zyda, Michael; Darken, Rudolph P. (1998);Both the National Research Council (NRC) report “Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges” and the more recent NRC report “Modeling and Simulation: Linking Entertainment and Defense” discuss the need for ...
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