The U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center Engineering Directorate’s Advanced Design and Manufacturing Division (ADM) Conceptual Modeling and Animation Branch (CMAB) is supporting the U.S. Army to recruit science, math and engineering talent through an innovative, high-tech project that simulates the U.S. Army in the year 2032.
CMAB conceptualized and designed the interactive recruitment project for the U.S. Army’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Innovation Asset, enlisting the skilled work of several different team members including industrial designers, graphic artists, animators, computer scientists and programmers. The rest of the project was carried out by various branches of ADM.
“We have about 20 people working on the project,” said ADM’s CMAB Chief Jeff Warwick. “The order came from the Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM) corporate communications. Since we do concept work, the request came straight to us.”