A photo illustration contrasts traditional drawings of the USS Truxtun’s interior, at left, with a 3-D virtual reality model built with data from a laser scanner. Lt. Clay Greunke wears virtual reality goggles and handles a tool for moving computer-generated components within the simulated space. Photo illustration courtesy of U.S. Navy

A photo illustration contrasts traditional drawings of the USS Truxtun’s interior, at left, with a 3-D virtual reality model built with data from a laser scanner. Lt. Clay Greunke wears virtual reality goggles and handles a tool for moving computer-generated components within the simulated space. Photo illustration courtesy of U.S. Navy

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