“Real-Time Simulation in the Real World” Moderated by Zsuzsanna (Zsusza) Molnar

  • ©Pieter Suning, Peter K. Doenges, Robert Langridge, Tom Losinski, and Randy Smith



Entry Number: 08


    Real-Time Simulation in the Real World



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    Flight simulation was the first well-known real-time simulation application using computer graphics. New computer architectures, combined with fast interactive graphics, extend the scope of simulation to encompass ever more realistic visual simulation as well as the modeling of objects and processes: computer prototyping. Panelists will discuss evolutionary trends, costs and effectiveness of real-time simulation citing examples from flight simulation, drug design, wind tunnel simulation, the testing of on-the-road car behavior and robotics.

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