Gaming is an underappreciated learning tool.
A fresh installation was many months in the making, officials explained.
There appears to have been a significant rise in VR offerings this year, aiming to deliver safe, accessible experiences during the pandemic.
Here are some good examples, both big and small, that make the world a little brighter while we combat coronavirus.
The Defense Department released the third of four requests for 5G prototypes to test at military bases.
It’s the first time the Marine Corps Recruiting Command ever explored procuring VR flight simulators on an enterprise level.
Chats with government leaders point to a few areas of common interest.
The department will release a draft solicitation for the program in November.
"It's not just a video game," says spokeswoman for New York Democrat who wrote bill creating advisory committee.
The tech would let troops run through more exercises more frequently and at less cost than traditional training in the real world.
Advancements in virtual and augmented reality may get government gaming a boost.
In early tests of its augmented reality training software, a Texas-based startup made first responders perform faster and more accurately.
The future of war will be more isolated, meaning Army medics need the ability to be present virtually when they can’t get there physically.
Modern workers have little patience for the traditional 8-to-5 work schedules that persist in many government agencies.
Of the millions of taxpayers looking for help last year, only 2,700 used the Virtual Service Delivery stations.
Agencies should strengthen endpoints to handle new technologies like AI and extended reality, a report suggests.
The initiative aims to cut through the “bureaucracy” that blinds federal techies to other agencies’ projects.
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