MILO Range has released the interactive firearms and use of force industry’s first and only training simulator that actually sees and records trainees' physical movements and verbal commands, and causes the system to branch to different outcomes based on those actions. With the Kinect for Windows option added, trainees can use baton strikes, kicks, punches and other physical movements to interact with the virtual world around them. The system changes the scenario point of view based on trainee location in the simulator room, and also responds to verbal commands and responses from the trainee. The system can also be instantly calibrated and operated by voice commands and simple hand gestures, providing fast and easy training sessions. These exclusive features are only available on the MILO Range simulator product line, and offer a substantial technological advancement on this type of training simulator.