AVT 202: Visual Simulation


Visual Simulation explores Visual System Design and the Synthetic Environment. Visual System Design examines image generation (IGs), image projection, display systems, image alignment, user points of view, and other visual system concepts. The Synthetic Environment introduces computer generated forces (CGF) and semi-automated forces (SAF), instructor operating station (IOS) and after-action review (AAR) solutions.  Simulation control, scenarios, decision engines, and other ways of controlling what the simulation trainee views during a simulation are reviewed.


Course Objectives:

  • Visual System Design
  • Synthetic Environments
  • Image Generation
  • Host/IOS Interfaces

Duration: 4 days | 9a - 4:30p (daily)


Based on experience level in the Simulation industry, 101 Simulation Overview is not a required course, however, it is highly recommended in order to obtain the full spectrum of the Simulation Elements and their learning objectives. 

Course enrollment is recommended 2 weeks prior to the start of class.  If you have interest within the two week timeframe prior to class start date, please contact the AVT Training Center at (407) 381-5311 to determine seat availability.

For the UCF Staff/Faculty & Alumni Discount, please contact us for a special code!

For organizations interested in having this course taught on-site, or wish to arrange a group training program for ten or more students, please contact the AVT Training Center for pricing and scheduling at (407) 381-5311.