BlueShark: where the US Navy dreams up the battleship interfaces of tomorrow
Yes, the US Navy has an Oculus Rift. More than one, in fact. In Washington, DC and Marina Del Ray, CA, two parallel laboratories are using virtual reality headsets to help the Navy dream up the next generation of interfaces. With them, future warfighters could drive a ship with full three-dimensional awareness of their surroundings, or repair high-tech ship parts while collaborating with their designer in real-time, thousands of miles away.
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