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Christie Simulation University in Arlington, Va., Huntsville, Ala.

Training to develop realistic simulators

CYPRESS, Calif. − Christie Digital is planning two sessions of the company’s simulation design school, called SIM University. SIM University is a free educational forum presented in various locations in the U.S.

As a manufacturer of products used for visual simulators, Christie is hosting its sixth SIM University forum for visual system engineers, program managers and technical specialists in the simulation industry, on May 8 in Arlington, Va., and May 13 in Huntsville, Ala.

The one-day forum will provide technical sessions for those with entry-level experience as well as those wanting to hone their specification skills in visual display systems for simulation. It will cover topics such as the fundamentals of projection technology, color, brightness and latency, resolution basics, resolution update rates, principles and practice of night vision goggle stimulation, collimated displays, screens and mirrors, prospects for laser and solid state illumination in simulation and visual systems design process from RFP to proposal. For a complete agenda and to register, please visit SIM University