The new Tactical Augmented Reality for US soldiers brings video games game play and tactics abilities to real warfare situations.
The director of the DDSC Office, Dr. Will Roper, argues that the Army's challenge is to get soldiers as much information as possible, in the simplest way. Facilitating effective learning in real-time action, is something that the gaming industry has already coded and hacked.
Major game development companies joining forces with the US Army for creating 'Call of Duty' like tools and platforms for soldiers, brings up ethical issues.
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