Sunday, August 10, 2008

Disaster Training: Software That Virtualizes Calamities

Garage-door-sized television monitors showed a sexy, virtual cable-news anchor reading a breaking news alert about the effects of Hurricane Nerissa that had crashed ashore east of Norfolk about 10 hours earlier. "Removal of traffic congestion is especially challenging," the news anchor said. As the computerized voice spoke, people sitting behind monitors had to react to that data as well as the constantly updating information about the storm. Some of it was good news, some of it bad...

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