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Launch Luna!

Greetings Future Cyborgs

Welcome to the Neo-Luna Metasystem transition portal, where mortals become superhuman.

I am Dr. Kallie, the Founder and President of Global Tactile. This week, we will discuss a detailed guide on how to use the Neo-Luna Navigation & Game System. Furthermore, we will cover the various licensing tiers associated with the Neo-Luna Navigation & Game System. Our agenda also includes a session on optimization tips for peak cybernetic performance — through at-home learning, backyard training, and wilderness gaming.

Borg Up Yourself

Additionally, we shall examine the all-new User Manual for the newly updated Luna Navigator App, version 1.0.0. We will also explore the super-human capabilities of the high-performance force-feedback Neo Controller, delve into the intricacies of Neo-Luna Games, and discuss the asynchronous competitive Neo-Luna Racing Metasystem.

Game Reality

So, if you are a Strong, Wild, and Free American, and you wish to become superhuman, then download the Luna App (free in America!), and take notes as you prepare yourself for the Ultimate Cyborg Reality with the Neo-Luna Cybernetic Metasystem — Exclusively from Global Tactile —!

Be Super, Human

Software App & iPhone Settings

Step 1: download Luna Navigator from App Store.

Step 2: adjust your iPhone’s Compass settings for optimal cybernetic performance. For best performance of the Luna Navigator, use the following settings on your iPhone:

Essential iPhone Compass Settings:

  • Turn On — Precise Location
  • Turn On — Use True North

Highly recommended iPhone Settings for extended navigation and gaming performance:

  • Turn Off — Auto Lock
  • Turn Off — Auto-Brightness
  • Turn Off — Orientation Lock

Optional iPhone Settings: If you are blind or visually impaired, the Luna Navigator works great with VoiceOver. If you are normally sighted, and use your iPhone visually, we recommend that you do not turn on VoiceOver, unless you want to make your iPhone’s interface to behave unpredictably. VoiceOver requires training to use effectively. If you are proficient in using VoiceOver, you may follow this Guide using VoiceOver.

Congratulations! Now that you have the essential and recommended settings, your Luna Navigator will be ready for Cybernetic Racing & Games!

Quick-Start: Using the Luna Navigator

For super-fast and super-human Navigation, Cybernetic Racing, & Games, the Luna Navigator is super high performance, all within your pocket. Here’s how to operate Luna for best results:

The Luna Navigator User Interface, from top to bottom:

Luna 1.0.0 has a single, simple, and powerful User Interface. From top to bottom, the Luna Console (User Interface) displays:

Heading 000.0 Degrees
Latitude 00.000000 N -S
Longitude -00.000000 E -W
Pointer 00.0 Degrees
Distance 0000.0 Meters
Bearing 00.0 Degrees
Route 100 Map
Anticipator -+ 4.0
Magnification -+ 2.0
Trim -+ 0.0
Tracking Geometric 1
Incognito Switch
Route Information
Waypoint Information

Luna Navigator Properties

Luna Display

The Luna display features colored text over a black background for maintaining visual adaptation to the environment and battery conservation. Plus Luna is designed to send feedback signals to the Neo Controller, which eliminates retinal screen fatigue and further extends the battery life of your iPhone while navigating.

Luna displays only essential information for position and navigation, and is specifically designed to keep your eyes adapted to your environment instead of a bright screen — providing a tactical visual advantage in perceptually-challenging environments and circumstances.

Luna Inputs

Map Button & Route Selector

The Map button allows you to load personal and shared maps using the built-in iOS file system. The Route Selector allows you to scroll through and select routes from the currently loaded map. 

Luna Outputs

Attitude: Heading, Latitude & Longitude

The Attitude Properties (Heading, Latitude & Longitude) show the iPhone’s current location and orientation relative to the Globe. Heading updates at 10 Hz, and Coordinates (Latitude & Longitude) update at 1 Hz.

Navigation: Pointer, Distance & Bearing

The Navigation Properties (Pointer, Distance & Bearing) report the current shortest (geodesic) path to the next waypoint. Pointer shows the iPhone’s angle relative to the next waypoint in degrees (i.e., Bearing minus Heading, -180 to +180 degrees). Pointer and Bearing are shown in degrees, and Distance is shown in meters. Angles are updated at 10 Hz, and Distance updates at 1 Hz.

Vibration: On-Point

Luna vibrates On-Point (±3 Degrees) for classic/traditional/compact/discreet assisted navigation without the optional Neo Controller. Since Luna uses built-in vibration, the user receives 100 samples per minute (equal to 1.67 Hz) vibration-feedback with Luna alone. When the optional Neo Controller is switched on, Luna stops vibrating-on-point, and Neo provides super-fast and enhanced feedback to the user.

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