Some training tasks are hard to do in a simulator because of the difficulty of modeling and reproducing the aircraft’s behavior. Conversely, some tasks are hard to train in the aircraft because of risks and resources. So what if the simulator could fly in the aircraft? NASA has been evaluating Systems Technology Inc.’s (STI) Fused Reality concept as a way of blending simulation and flying for flight testing and training. The system uses a commercial head-mounted display (HMD) to ...

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