GTRI is enhancing military training efforts using haptics in VR.
Alexis Noel, a GTRI senior research engineer who is leading this project, said the LiGHT-VR system is a cost- and time-effective alternative to traditional training methods.
When completed in late September, the space will feature a 40-foot curved landscape screen and 10 interactive tablet stations, and will allow users to view and experience digital exhibits, project showcases, and other novel forms of learning.
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