Augmented Reality

An advancement in both neurology and computer science, augmented reality has been recently one of the biggest advancements in science technology. While the study and possibility of such developments have been in works for many years, scientists still have not been able to discern how far this technology can go and what are all the uses of this technology.   With hardware as the biggest challenge to making augmented reality work, it was with the advancements in the use of recently discovered of Adamantine that resulted in the necessary breakthrough. With this new material to be used in place of standard silicon, the plans for augmented reality - which were would only be viable in about 10 to 20 years - were accelerated as well as most developments in computer science.   Thanks to the use of adamantine, the Army's project to created the parts necessary for a helmet-mounted display have been accelerated and was concluded in 1991. Following experiments with that prototype and other research, the model was made public in 1997. During the non-public period of the HMD, the Army was cable of creating a plan for closed training room with augmented reality and at least one project for open space training room with augmented reality.   The military use of this technology for combat training has sparked interest in recreative use for LARPs hobbyists.  

Medical Application

In 2002, a group of from Rock Fortress University presented, in a computer fair, the prototype for a HMD integrated with other technological pieces to be used in the familiarization of amputees and their prosthetics.
Important disclaimer: while I am a Computer Science Major, I DON'T KNOW STUFF. THIS IS REALITY INSPIRE, BUT STILL FICTION. Even if there has been attempts to not make this too far-fatched..   Having said so, I will most profoundly thank anyone that points me to any blatant misconceptions of chemistry, medicine and generally - and will be more than happy to rectify those to something more in the realms of possibility -, while reserving my right to just roll with ti because fiction is easier to explain.

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Important disclaimer: while I am a Computer Science Major, I DON'T KNOW STUFF. THIS IS REALITY INSPIRE, BUT STILL FICTION. Even if there has been attempts to not make this too far-fatched..   Having said so, I will most profoundly thank anyone that points me to any blatant misconceptions of chemistry, medicine and generally - and will be more than happy to rectify those to something more in the realms of possibility -, while reserving my right to just roll with ti because fiction is easier to explain.


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