FoVI3D has been selected as a recipient of the Small Business Technology Transfer by the U.S. Navy to develop a human machine interface for three-dimensional field of light visualization system to reduce the cognitive burden and enable 3D collaborative environment. Partnering with Texas A&M University Visualization Laboratory, FoVI3D proposes to investigate a common 2D touch tablet to allow for high-resolution text to be displayed to each viewer independently and provide for easy button access, and a 3D wand for the manipulation of 3D transforms and provide a virtual cursor within the 3D view volume. Both interfaces will be developed based on applied human factors engineering to optimize a natural human interaction. The 6-month base period is set to kick-off next week with a 6-month option to follow if exercised. FoVI3D is excited to initiate this collaborative relationship with Texas A&M and anticipate other programs to follow. CTO, Thomas Burnett, is a 1989 graduate of A&M.