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  • Virtual reality capability used during sensor validation in AEDC test cell

    When performing sensor validation tests in the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Sea Level Test Cell 1, or SL-1, this summer, AEDC engineers at Arnold Air Force Base had the opportunity to view in nearly real-time a three-dimensional representation of the test hardware and support systems using

  • Workshop unites digital-first experts on transformation

    The Air Force Digital Transformation Office held its first collaborative workshop, December 3, uniting government experts across multiple areas in an effort to progress digital acquisition change across the service.

  • Defenders train with virtual reality system

    Defenders with 75th Security Forces Squadron here recently implemented a virtual reality training system called Street Smarts Virtual Reality, allowing them to fully immerse themselves into realistic three-dimensional situations for training.

  • AFICC delivers innovative VR suicide prevention training to save lives

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – With a rise in suicides across the service, the Air Force Installation Contracting Center is helping leaders fast-track a pilot program at Air Mobility Command to help save lives.The virtual reality suicide training being tested at Scott AFB, Illinois, and

  • AFRL reimagines tech development with virtual reality

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – In a move the Wright Brothers likely never anticipated, but surely would approve, the Air Force Research Laboratory Aerospace Systems Directorate is using a bicycle to demonstrate how virtual and augmented reality could revolutionize aircraft maintenance and

  • Local students showcase STEM projects at AFRL event

    ROSSBURG, Ohio – Approximately 130 students and teachers from nine local schools participated in the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 7th annual Full Throttle STEM at Eldora Speedway May 14. Wearing t-shirts coded with school pride, the students, who ranged in age from 9 to 18, strode into the

  • Virtual, augmented reality may hold key to future Air Force training

    A demonstration of how virtual reality and augmented reality (VR/AR) can benefit Air Force training processes took place Jan. 8.The demonstration was geared toward Airmen within the aircraft armament systems and munition systems, and gave a glimpse of how VR/AR applications can aid in providing an