Richie Ramos (gaijin@i-manila.com.ph)
Thu, 15 Jun 2000 00:33:35 +0800


>A week or so ago, the Discovery Channel had a show that revealed a U.S.
>flight simulator operated by a pilot wearing a headband and no other
>obvious flight control systems. The simulation was a maze of rings and
>tunnels a la the LucasArts X-Wing simulator (the flight qualification
>part). Movement was very slow through the maze, but I wonder how far
>the U.S. gov't is going to go with this technology?
>Joaquin Torres

That's scary stuff. I guess all those levers and all that we see in mecha
cockpits will be null and void if this tecfhnology pushes through...unless
it's for piloting other systems as well, a la Psycommu systems.

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