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Protovision was established in 1969 by Doctor Robert Hume in Sunnyvale, California to formalize his relationship away from Stanford University with the NSA working with the United States Department of Defense, the US Air Force and NORAD command at Cheyenne Mountain to create a computerized “War Games” tactical and strategical simulation.

In its initial incarnation, the system was single-mindedly programmed to do one thing: to respond to an Inter-Continental Ballistic Nuclear Strike with Mutually Assured Destruction encoded as a part of the system’s solitary instructions.

The system went into place in NORAD on June 23rd 1973, not without glitches, and a number of other facilities throughout the United States afterward.

It has since seen its functions and capabilities expanded extensively since that time.

In 1983, Protovision became the eighth of 13 domestically based firms to be classified as critical to the security of the United States.

As such its entire operations have been hidden since 1983 under a veil of security and extensive series of shell companies, with its headquarters located just outside of Portland, Oregon under a security holoveil.

Protovision is a specializer in strategic, tactical, and role-based training software and simulations, and develops both the software and proprietary hardware to support their extensive research based organization which employs nearly 200,000 people around the world.

Protovision also does extensive research in Applied Intelligence Programs and Virtualized Learning Systems (VLS), and will be releasing a consumer version of a fully immersive free motion virtual reality room which will not require goggles or haptic feedback devices of any kind on or before January 20, 2020.

At that time, it will also be officially declassified to operate its own consumer division under its own name.


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