Flight simulation comes hand-in-hand with immersive technologies, sitting people in the cockpit of planes that soar through a virtual sky. Metropolis Entertainment doubled down on the concept, in partnership with the Science Museum, by opening a dedicated gallery to simulators, allowing children to be educated about the planes used by the United Kingdom through history.


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Held within the Fly Zone were several experiences such as: Red Arrows 3D and Fly360. For an insight into how Virtual Reality simulators can be applied to training in different application domains visit here.

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One of the most famous tech unicorns in the world, Magic Leap started in 2010 and secretly worked on its project for many years.

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