Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality: Virtual Reality has existed in numerious forms since the first computer generated graphical displays.

With the holographic display display available on the Data Headpiece at TL:13-15, the use of this technology has accelerated, as the ease of implementation and a common and relatively inexpensive output device has increased the number of users.

The military and more advanced civilian institutions use virtual reality as an educational tool and training environment for students that need to experience situations that might be hazardous or otherwise impractical to create in reality. Using Virtual Reality as a training tool allows people in ships to learn new skills and experience educational environments without physically attending the school where the information was originally presented, and with sufficient computer resources the experience can be multi-threaded and cross-linked for interactive training.

Around TL-14 the Battle Dress will incorporate the active elements of the Data Headpiece and data glove as options to provide a complete virtual training environment.

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