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A virtual reality system in use. The 3-D helmet controls a large image screen with voice and glove interfacing to the computer system. The system, currently in use at Rome Laboratory could be used in conjunction with other application programs to highlight special interest targets as in the case of mobile or intel targets. The glove and voice inputs provide natural and simpler user interface to the computer in a graphical mode. The helmet allows the user to preview specific information or highlight a subset or the screen image prior to inclusion for the audience. The helmet was joint development effort with Rome Laboratory, Armstrong Laboratory, and Wright Laboratory. The software is ...

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A virtual reality system in use. The 3-D helmet controls a large image screen with voice and glove interfacing to the computer system. The system, currently in use at Rome Laboratory could be used in conjunction with other application programs to highlight special interest targets as in the case of mobile or intel targets. The glove and voice inputs provide natural and simpler user interface to the computer in a graphical mode. The helmet allows the user to preview specific information or highlight a subset or the screen image prior to inclusion for the audience. The helmet was joint development effort with Rome Laboratory, Armstrong Laboratory, and Wright Laboratory. The software is ...

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[Complete] Scene Caption: A virtual reality system in use. The 3-D helmet controls a large image screen with voice and glove interfacing to the computer system. The system, currently in use at Rome Laboratory could be used in conjunction with other application programs to highlight special interest targets as in the case of mobile or intel targets. The glove and voice inputs provide natural and simpler user interface to the computer in a graphical mode. The helmet allows the user to preview specific information or highlight a subset or the screen image prior to inclusion for the audience. The helmet was joint development effort with Rome Laboratory, Armstrong Laboratory, and Wright Laboratory. The software is primarily a joint development by Rome Laboratory, the MITRE CORP., and the inclusion of pieces of code from various Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) academia sponsored efforts.

Base: Rome

State: New York (NY)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: Albert Santacroce

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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01/08/1995
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The U.S. National Archives
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