Small Arms Training

Small arms training takes on a new dimension with the
ability to see through and hide individual parts, and interact
with weapon operations in high-fidelity 3D.

VISIBLE WEAPON: GLOCK

Virtual small arms trainers are designed to augment live-fire instruction by familiarizing students with the mechanics of a weapon including its individual parts, function, and cycle of operation. Digimation’s Visible Weapon™ series is a line of virtual small arms trainers designed to augment classroom instruction by allowing students to quickly become familiar with the mechanics of a weapon including its individual parts, function and cycle of operation.

By using realistic 3D graphics and interactive animation, the Virtual Weapons series communicates information visually in a way that stimulates learning and improves comprehension and understanding.

Contact us for more information and a free demonstration version of the Visible Weapon.

X-RAY VISION

Using the Visible Weapon’s innovative Parts Explorer, individual parts can be visible, hidden or rendered in x-ray mode. This allows users to customize their view in a variety of ways that reveal the inner mechanics of the firearm in a way impossible to do in the real world.

“Having trained hundreds of personnel over the years, the ability to leverage Digimation’s virtual trainers significantly improves the capture of knowledge at all levels”.

Jeff Banman

President, Human Elements, Inc.

CYCLE OF OPERATIONS

The cycle of operations shows the precise movement of each part during the firing, ejecting and reloading sequences. Students are able to hide and isolate any part, or group of parts, during the animation sequence allowing for an unprecedented understanding of the mechanics behind the weapon.

HIGH FIDELITY 3D GRAPHICS

Not only do the parts we create have accurate dimensions, they look real as well. In fact, our small arms trainers represent the state of the art in visual fidelity. This creates more compelling training and helps students more easily make the transition from virtual training to hands-on practice using the actual equipment.