Quantum3D has launched its latest iteration of the Mixed Reality Flight Simulator Solution. Key features of the new version include: motion platform, seamless calibration, and alignment wizard.

Thanks to a newly added reference tracker tool that can be used to define the origin of tracking space, motion platforms can now be supported in mixed reality systems. Placing the reference tracker on the motion platform allows Mantis, Quantum3D’s visual and sensor simulation software, to perform motion platform compensation, which keeps the virtual view correct in the headset as the platform moves.

Seamless Calibration: Integration of a new reference tracking tool also provided a new capability to make the calibration process much simpler. This enhanced capability significantly reduces the frequency at which re-calibration becomes necessary.

Alignment Wizard: Introduced a novel wizard on the toolbar menu to ease the process of aligning the virtual world and the physical world seen through the pass-through cameras.

“By merging the physical and virtual world, we are providing aviation professionals with an unmatched training tool,” said CEO of Quantum3D, Murat Kose. “This system revolutionizes pilot training, enhancing skills, confidence, and real-world readiness.”

The enhanced Mixed Reality Flight Simulator System is now available for purchase and is expected to set a new standard in aviation simulation and training technology for military and commercial pilot training.