Deployable, modular flight simulator at I/ITSEC: industry reacts to Antoinette Project

Earlier this year, Epic Games introduced the Antoinette Project, a new set of resources that includes tutorials, tools, and a proof-of-concept flight simulator running on Unreal Engine.

One of the project’s banner features is a Metrea Simulations flight simulator demo, built on Varjo HMD and Brunner NovaSim technology. For the past few months, the industry has been getting its first look, seeing just how powerful game engines can be when used for pilot training. Those who experienced the demo spoke of the level of realism and immersion they experienced, and others keeping an eye on industry trends saw the merit in using small-footprint, easily deployable training systems that were not only affordable, but built on open worlds and readily available tools.

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