Officer of the Deck--validation and verification of a virtual environment for training

@inproceedings{Pioch1995OfficerOT,
  title={Officer of the Deck--validation and verification of a virtual environment for training},
  author={Nicholas J. Pioch},
  year={1995}
}
The U.S. Navy is supporting a research effort at MIT in building virtual environments (VEs), immersive computer-generated worlds, for training purposes. Under the Virtual Environment Technology for Training initiative, a prototype simulator for training a naval submarine officer called the Officer of the Deck (OOD) has been implemented on a testbed of distributed commercial graphics workstations and VE devices. This thesis gives an in-depth validation of the VE along three main dimensions… CONTINUE READING

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