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VR Becoming a Professional Simulation Tool?

Approximately 20 years ago, first simulators based on computer games appeared on the market. Falcon 4.0 by Microprose was considered so realistic that the U.S. Army ordered a professional version to be developed, giving a troubled game developer and publisher much needed wind in its sails. Unfortunately, its racing simulator didn’t do as well, ultimately ceding the market to ISI, which developed racing games for Electronic Arts. The business expanded and gaming companies which got dumped by large publishers became experts in racing simulations. Those simulations expanded from being simulations running on a PC into simulations that run on servers, split into physics and graphics. While a