VR Application for Air Traffic Control.
Well, this Blog post as a part of my Udacity VR nano degree program and it’s a task where I have to think about some new app idea and also trying to fit the same idea in a current industry.
So in this post, I have been thinking about an app simulator for Air Traffic Control (ATC) where students can easily understand and learn the complexity of ATC and also helped them to understand the process of handling the complex system.
Questions and Answers:
Q: How accessible would each VR platform be to your target student in terms of price? Take into account location, age, and income.
This VR app for Mobile and it can run with a Google cardboard easily! So it’s super easy to buy and Just because my character has a job so for him it super easy to buy VR cardboard!
Q: How interactive does your lesson need to be? For example, do I need to pick things up or could I get away with just looking at objects?
It will be kind interactive, so student can put inputs based on the situation! This app simulator going to create statistics based on the user input.
Q: How realistic do your visuals need to be in order to teach? For example, could I use 2D images and videos in a 3D Environment or do you need high poly 3D models.
For these visuals we need some low poly 3d models and unity FX system!
Q: Does my student need to feel like a participant in the experience or can they be a passive viewer? Could they be both?
They need to participant in that App.
Q: Given the answers above, what are potential platforms you could use for your experience?
It’s for mobile so Google cardboard or any modern mobile headset would be good!