Rockwell Collins To Use Gaming Technology To Keep Aircraft Flying

Credit: Rockwell Collins
Anyone attending an aerospace conference of late is sure to have seen humans wearing 3-D goggles and acting strangely. The virtual reality devices—which fully immerse the wearer, at least visually, in a computer-generated world —cause exaggerated head-panning and tilting motions that come across to...

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