Textron Aviation has taken a page from game design to help gain customer feedback for its new clean-sheet single-engine turboprop, the Denali. It is using augmented reality technology to create computer-generated images of a full-scale interior and exterior of the aircraft. In a large room inside the Textron Aviation Activity Center in east Wichita, customers wear a headset to walk around the full-scale virtual aircraft. They climb real wooden entry stairs and stand at the doorway built to ...

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