Purdue University innovators generated a virtual reality (VR) model of the D-Day beaches in Normandy, France, using battlefield simulations designed to train future military leaders.
Purdue's Sorin Adam Matei said, "We apply what we know from the field of physics and treat the virtual soldiers almost like liquids that are interacting on the battlefield. Military educators can use this tool to teach future leaders lessons learned from historic battles in a visually exciting way."
The work is part of Purdue's FORCES (4S)—Strategy, Security, and Social Systems Initiative.
Purdue's Jonathan Poggie said the purpose of FORCES is to implement a new approach to group behavior, and potentially transform wargaming and crisis management.
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