i posted a thread about it a few months back, showing an actual cd-i disk that was used by the U.S. army to train tank personal. I actually, believe it or not, just managed to get a copy of the disk.
it's not incredibly thought out. it's mostly videos, which you can see they were quick to produce. A couple quizzes are on there too, which automatically saves your score to your CD-i so your drill Sergent can check how your doing. Of course this isn't logical. in the videos, it shows all the trainees using a CD-i 350. so you know what that means... pop out the batteries for 5 minutes if you score bad, then retake the test. And even if some of them did have 450s or 220s, it wouldn't be hard to go in and delete the score's manually. All the tests were incredibly easy though, i aced them all.
anything else about it anyone wants to know?
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