The U.S. Army is the world's largest user of training products and services, and I was involved with providing both interactive and non-interactive computer graphic training solutions. I worked off-base with military contractors and then on base with ARDEC (Army Research, Development & Engineering Center) for over three years. Recently, Gizmodo wrote an article and created a video showcasing the interactive training project I was working on. This is fortunate as I am unable to show most of my work from this time.
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Unfortunately, I am not able to show material from the last two years I have worked with ARDEC, but I can show material from the year before that when I was off-base with a military contractor. You can view my military demo reel here or click play above. Please note that I was required to have no sound playing for this demo reel when I used it to apply for the on-base job. On-base, I have worked extensively with motion capture systems, 3D scanners, the adobe, autodesk and unreal products to design and develop in all production areas for training simulations.