Space Shuttle Mission 2007 Closer To NASA VR Labs With Vuzix Stereo Goggles

July 3, 2008 | 12:28

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Exciting Simulations ™ is pleased to report that Space Shuttle Mission 2007 now supports the Vuzix™ iWear VR920 Virtual Reality head-tracking stereoscopic goggles.

While requiring modern and reasonably powerful hardware to run well, the unbelievable stereoscopic immersion, image quality and head-tracking are especially effective in the Space Shuttle 3D Virtual Cockpit, during rendezvous, docking, landing and of course during Extra Vehicular Activities (space walks) where the feeling of being there, working on the ISS is close to none.

The Space Shuttle Mission 2007 coupled with the Vuzix™ iWear VR920 is the closest most PC gamers can get to the multi-million NASA Virtual Reality Lab used to train Astronauts in anticipation for activities involving space walks around the International Space Station.

The iWear VR920 support is available with Service Pack 1.36 which also adds a number of goodies such as new GPC modes, enhanced 3D VR Cockpit and new simulated systems. As with all past SSM2007 add-ons, the special Stereoscopic Virtual Reality support for iWear VR920 is free of charge for all legal customers.

The Space Shuttle Mission 2007™ is available online in downloadable format at the SSM2007 official web site:

Exciting Simulations™ is an entertainment brand name of Simsquared Ltd. - a leading developer of professional Naval Simulation applications.
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