NPSNET-human: inserting the human into the networked synthetic environment
Zyda, Michael J.
Pratt, David R.
Falby, John S.
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The NPSNET Research Group is working in the area of robust representations of humans and real-time interactions in the DIS synthetic environment. Our focus is on building the software bed for applications such as medical corpsmen rescue training and dismounted infantry in the DIS environment. In conjunction with our academic, government and industry partners, recent work has included novel hierarchical networking of multi-resolution humans in the DIS synthetic environment, accurate articulated human viewpoints, simple networked wounding, networked autonomous evacuation units, real-time arm articulations and realistic wounding model investigations. Planned work over the next two years includes networked Personal Status Monitors, multi-resolution view switching, networked autonomous air evacuations units, accurate wounding model integration, dynamic object networking, physiological model integration, energy extraction input device integration, and the completion of the full-up human in the NPSNET/DIS synthetic environment.
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