CTI conceived a next-generation, immersive U.S. Air Force cognitive/part task trainer to be built around the Oculus Rift VR display and the Google Nexus mobile platform. ?The project features CTI’s hallmark rapid prototyping capability, with initial delivery planned in ten weeks. ?The Oculus Rift HMD was selected for its exceptionally low hardware latency and anticipated […]
CTI learned today that the Leidos/CTI/CMU Sirius team was one of three performers selected to continue the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity?(IARPA) multi-year program.? Sirius seeks to determine if games can be used to help intelligence analysts recognize and mitigate cognitive bias.? In the upcoming phase, CTI will address three new cognitive biases (Anchoring Bias, […]
CTI has again joined the list of 100 top simulation and training companies?drawn?from around the world. ?CTI is grateful to be recognized as one of the companies that has?made a significant impact on the military training industry across the spectrum of technologies and services. ?Please see the listing here: ?http://dir.kmimediagroup.com/topsim2013
CTI was selected to support General Atomics? (GA) EM2 with the development of an informational video about its breakthrough nuclear reactor technology.? The video, based on a GA high-level presentation at the National Press Club, Washington, DC, describes the research foundation, economic basis, and non-proliferation aspects of the system.
CTI Executive Producer Travis Falstad appeared as a key panelist at Mobile Gaming USA West – America’s largest mobile gaming conference – last month. Falstad’s panel, “South of the Border: Exploring the development of Latin America’s mobile gaming community,” was an informative and analytical discussion of the growing mobile market in South and Latin America.
On January 12, 2013, Creative Technologies, Inc. President James Korris participated as a panelist in the Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum “Venturing in Serious Games for Simulation, Education, and Enterprise” at the California Institute of?Technology. The panel explored gamification trends in applications, platforms, growth areas and investment opportunities in the social networks and the commercial domain in […]
The University of Central Florida today chose CTI to evolve the CTI-developed Call For Fire Trainer ? Augmented Virtuality (CFFT-AV) system to a new technology base.? Replacing the Gamebryo rendering libraries utilized in the US Army?s Joint Fires & Effects Trainer System and adapted for use in CFFT-AV, CTI employed the Unity 3D game engine […]
Creative Technologies, Inc. announced today that its CFFT-AV (Call for Fire Trainer-Augmented Virtuality) has a new name and expanded focus.? Last year, under contract with the Army?s Orlando-based research organization, the Simulation and Training Technology Center (STTC), CTI developed and delivered the CFFT-AV to the Fires Center of Excellence at Fort Sill Oklahoma.?The program is […]
In their September 2012 issue, Military Training Technology named Creative Technologies Inc. as a 2012 Top Simulation and Training company. CTI again joins the list of 100 companies from around the world recognized by MTT for their significant impact on military training and technology. http://www.kmimediagroup.com/files/2012_MT2_Top_Companies.pdf
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity?s (IARPA)?Office of Smart Collection has selected Creative Technologies, Inc. to participate in their (invitation only) Emic workshop. CTI?s James Korris, President, and Travis Falstad, Executive Producer – Application Development, attended the workshop and examined cross-cultural training and the application of neuroscience to anthropology. Additional information on this developing concept […]