Prototype for enhancement of ANVIS/HUD CBT instruction through use of embedded visual simulation
Foggin, G. Thomas
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The purpose of this project is to develop a computer based trainer (CBT) for ANVIS/HUD that takes advantage of recent advances in multimedia technology. Integration of a head mounted display (HMD) into the CBT system allows the user to be immersed into a virtual world that simulates actual NVG use. In accordance with guidelines established by Ciavarelli, Baer and Sengupta, in their NVG Training Technology Report, December 1994, for the Naval Aviation Systems Command (PMA 205) and using Macromedia Director 6.0, it is possible to incorporate a synthesized continuous multimedia data base into a system that permits user interaction along a scripted NVG flight path. The system has the capability of demonstrating some of the capabilities and limitations of an actual ANVIS/HUD system under user selectable lighting and terrain features. By utilizing commercial off the shelf (COTS) software and hardware the system represents a possible low cost, personal computer (PC) based, ANVIS/HUD trainer
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