Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Vision Videogames Assists Raytheon in NASA Initiative to Develop Virtual Moon Vehicle

Vision Videogames Assists Raytheon in NASA Initiative to Develop Virtual Moon Vehicle

In a case of life imitating art, Maryland based game developer Vision Videogames has been contracted to use itÂ’s SpaceStationSIM engine to provide "Virtual Vehicle" assets, animations and programming expertise for Raytheon to support NASA's new initiative to travel to the Moon and beyond to Mars. The video game SpaceStationSIM, will be released this spring just in time for NASAÂ’s return to flight with the Space Shuttle, flying to the International Space Station for first time in two years. Vision Videogames has been working with NASA for the past several years through a Space Act Agreement to develop their new game.

(PRWEB) January 18, 2005

In a case of life imitating art, Maryland based game developer Vision Videogames has been contracted to use itÂ’s SpaceStationSIM engine to provide "Virtual Vehicle" assets, animations and programming expertise for Raytheon to support NASA's new initiative to travel to the Moon and beyond to Mars.

Vision Videogames will be demonstrating it's serious simulation game, SpaceStationSIM in the Raytheon booth at the "1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery" convention in Orlando, Florida from January 30th to February 1st, 2005. This is the first conference of the space exploration community following NASA's new Vision for Space Exploration and the establishment of NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate.

The video game SpaceStationSIM, will be released this spring just in time for NASAÂ’s return to flight with the Space Shuttle, flying to the International Space Station for first time in two years. Vision Videogames has been working with NASA for the past several years through a Space Act Agreement to develop their new game.

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