The PUMA simulator was created for an international manufacturer of precision drive systems. Using a military targeting system as an example, the system explains the function of an innovative vibration-free drive.
The exhibit is designed as a permanent display for exhibitions and in-house use. It has an airplane-style steering wheel that is used to target objects and steer the vehicle, as well as an actual model of the precision drive that reacts synchronously to the movements of its virtual counterpart.
If a visitor has locked on a target, the targeting system automatically keeps it in focus. While the visitor drives the vehicle around the hilly landscape, any correctional movement of the targeting system is mirrored by the actual drive model. This way, the innovative precision becomes perceptible.