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Key benefit of virtual reality flight training is the immersive representation of the flight experience. There are also some important learning advantages over traditional flight simulators. Faster training of students, enjoyable training environment, better retention of lessons learnt, and above all – it’s minimal cost make VR flying worth it.

Knowledge Retention

One of the most important aspects of learning is knowledge retention – the ability to remember what you learn. This is especially true for flight crew, who must memorize dozens of checklists, rules and procedures. Studies have shown that VR-assisted learning has the potential of improving knowledge retention by up to 400 %, adding value to the time spent studying. Better knowledge retention means better pilots who remember the emergency checklist better. Safety and confidence are other two attributes that come with VR flight training.

Faster learning

Numerous studies have shown a dramatic reduction in training time when using VR simulations.

Depth perception

The ability to judge distances correctly is a major learning objective in flight training. An experienced pilot may judge distances better due to his or her vast experience of judging distances. A new pilot student lacks this experience and needs to build it from flying experience. This aspect of flight training is difficult to train in traditional simulators, where there is no depth perception. This is because the screen, onto which the outside world is projected, is placed at a fixed distance from the eyes of the student pilot, and every object projected onto the screens would appear to be at the same distance from the pilot – whether it’s the runway 5 meters from the pilot or a tower 5 kilometers from the pilot.

Virtual Reality goggles offer stereoscopic screens that present two slightly different images of the same scene. This gives the sense of depth and distance in the same way we are able to judge distance with our natural, stereoscopic vision – i.e. our two eyes. Thus, VR is able to accurately and intuitively represent distances in a flight simulation where this aspect is crucial, e.g. when practicing landings where the altitude above the runway in the flare is important to judge correctly, or hovering a helicopter half a meter above the tarmac.

360 degree vision

Another important lesson every pilot must learn is to perform a proper lookout. Lookout must be performed to watch for traffic and when performing a landing circuit. Traditional flight simulators rarely have a field of vision of more than 180 degrees (see figure 3a), which severely limits the possibility of performing a proper lookout. In these simulators, pilots who train must often resort to alternative methods of reference, such as timing their turns, because they cannot use the lookout procedures, they would use the real aircraft. Virtual Reality goggles allows the student pilot to look in any direction using accelerometers and gyroscopes. This means the student may look beyond the 180 degree field of view provided by traditional flight simulators, and is able to practice lookouts the same way he or she would do it in the real aircraft.

Information extracted and modified a bit from: https://vrpilot.aero/virtual-reality-flight-training/

In the pursuit to reduce flight training costs, the use of virtual reality as a key part of the flight training process has great cost saving potential due to the reduced need for large hardware components and modularity possibilities. Not only can VR training reduce costs for flight schools, but the students are more likely to learn faster and more efficiently, as well as remembering the lessons taught better.  With VR training, the safety and confidence of the of the student pilots is also enhanced.