VIDEO: NASA’s video game simulation for Constellation

by | Jul 11, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Learn about how to use NASA’s simulation software, based on first-person-shooter computer game engine technology, in this video with narration by a British women. The software was developed by NASA with the help of the Virginian company ValadorHyperbola has previously revealed NASA’s interest in video game technology with the agency’s request for information on massively multiplayer online gaming technology and the involvement of Vision Videogames in NASA’s work on developing these visualisation tools

Watch this video below from Vision Videogames about its Internatioanl Space Station sim

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