Acronyms & Abbreviations
Outside of INNERDRONE:
Virtual reality Head Mounted Display such as an Oculus Rift, Samsung GearVR, HTC Vive, or Sony Morpheus.
Traditionally framed media seen by the audience as they would see any other traditional filmed media, observed by looking at a framed TV, monitor, etc. screen. This includes whatever the director chooses to show from the DXs' POV, thus the story is completely viewable and understandable by watching TFM, but not as great as when the VRM is added.
Virtual reality media seen by audience through an HMD with the view from the perspective of inside the DX, as the DXO can see.
Inside of INNERDRONE:
DX or DXBD
A U.S. Army DX Battle Drone. Each cost $1B. There are 5 or 6 in combat at the most, at at time. Individual ones are identified by number, such as DX1, DX2, etc.
DXBD Command Center, in Tampa, FL, where the DX Operators work.
DX Forward Operating Base in Syria, where the actual DXs are maintained and operate from, and where the human DXTs work.
Human DX Operator, the soldier in Florida who operates their DXBD in Syria.
Human DX Trooper, ex-DXOs assigned to war zone to help DXs and ground troops coordinate, and to lead the DX service team.