Early VR equipment had to be inlaid on the ceiling due to the weight of the helmet, and some required system computer support as large as 8 rooms.
In 1986, the U.S. military ’s Super Cockpit Project finally enabled pilots to instantly enter a virtual flight world cockpit, replacing the complexity of 300 dashboards with an intuitive information display. Interface, and finally achieve human-machine integration. However, due to the huge energy consumption, a total of eight room-sized system computers were required to support the horsepower required for the calculation. One of the two eyes needed one for each calculation.