Battle Stations 21 Simulator

About This Project

U.S. Navy – Battle Stations 21 Simulator

THEA Award Participant

 

LumenEssence provided technical direction, analysis and design for Battle Stations 21, the culmination of all training received at the Navy’s only boot camp. The simulator is a grueling 12-hour test of a recruit’s skills in several shipboard evolutions, including fighting fires and stopping floods.

 

Comprehensive Effects/Audio/Video/Controls Design
Top-level system concepts, control scheme, equipment lists, infrastructure design and standard interconnect for all simulator systems. Simulator serves as the final exam for classes of 300-400 Naval recruits, subjecting them to a rigorous and realistic on-board battle scenario over the course of 24 hours involving drills, routine assignments, enemy fire, casualties, fires, equipment failures, evacuation and more. Systems concepts were utilized by winning bid vendors and incorporated into the commissioned attraction.

Awards

THEA Award Participant, 2008

CLIENT

BRC Imagination Arts

PROJECT PHASES

Concept, Schematic

DISCIPLINES

Controls, Audio/Video, Show Attraction

SKILLS

Analysis, Design

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