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Take part in the Biggest Experiment for Massively* Multi-user Virtual Worlds

(*hundreds of users)

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

The Military Open Simulator Enterprise Strategy project (MOSES) is now holding a regular series of distributed experiments with the Intel group to test massively multi-user virtual worlds.



MOSES Intel DSG Wire Diagram
by Dr. Kitty Liu, Intel Research and Douglas Maxwell, USARL



The 3rd experiment is scheduled for this Saturday July 20th.  This is a role play event set in a fictional country of Atropia and the players can choose to be either American soldiers or citizens of the town of Brentville.  The event takes place approximately 10 years from now after a war in the caucuses region near the Caspian Sea.

The event is open to the public and we have the system set up to accommodate more than 150 simultaneous role players.  The purpose of the role play is to give the users something meaningful to do for the two hours that we monitor the performance of the network and servers while we load them.

Live Exercise - taken at a live training event.
© Douglas Maxwell USARL

Recreating similar activities in the role play scenario.

Taken during the last DSG experiment and shows large groups of people in a post-event discussion

© Douglas Maxwell USARL




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