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 the external observer as unnatural and silly.  Inside some of those goggles, however, there can be real work going on, particularly in the areas of efficient training. Rockwell ...


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