There were also maps of the galaxy, provided by N.A.S.A.
Each watch has a code that reacts to specific areas to record your progress.
Attention all fellow S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Agents:
Due to the secrecy and limited time frame of this assignment, it has been confirmed that I can share my test results to bring more information to the public about the S.T.A.T.I.O.N. project in Itaewon, South Korea.
Thanks to special technology aquired during this mission, this blog is untraceable on H.Y.D.R.A's search engines, and it is Phil Coulson approved.
S.T.A.T.I.O.N. stands for Scientific Training And Tactical Intelligence Operative Network.
Thanks to the brillance of Dr. Helen Cho, with cooperation of S.H.I.E.L.D. the S.T.A.T.I.O.N. project was created to give the public more information on the world we live in, and to conduct research to help the Avengers protect the world.
This process was an intense and exciting experience, but there are a lot of details you must know before you can participate.
First: This project takes place at many different locations.
My location was Yongsan-gu the War Memorial of Korea in Itaewon.
Upon your arrival, you must purchase a ticket- S.T.A.T.I.O.N. wants this to seem like an exhibit instead of top secret research.
When you arrive, you are given a touch screen watch to record your progress. The watch is a device to store information and take the test after your research.
Once you recieve your device, S.T.A.T.I.O.N. will decide if you are eligible for the project.
Your first test is an ultimate scan, where four powerful S.H.I.E.L.D. scanners will check you for weapons, and any other threatening objects.
If you pass, you are shown important Avengers footage and you are given your assignment by Dr. Cho's assistant.
Captain America is my favorite Avenger, so I took a picture for personal reasons. Steve Rodgers is an inspiration to all heroes.
Replicas of their current weapons were also on display:
Our next test involved experimentation in the Bio lab, monitoring the Hulk's mannerisms.
I suspect this is useful to better improve the lullaby that Tony Stark created for Bruce Banner.
You simply placed your hand on the touch screen, and the Tesseract acted according to your ability to withstand the object's power.
The screen behind the Tesseract recorded your ability to encounter different waves.
Using the constellations as a guide, it was interesting to see just where Asgard actually was in the universe.
Next to that was an opportunity to create a new element, much like Tony Stark did when he made his second suit.
I may yet work with S.T.A.T.I.O.N. again soon. But I may not be able to talk about it.