In order to perform dynamic agility, stability, control, and acoustic research using instrumented, free flight, reduced-scale powered rotorcraft vehicles, it is desirable to develop a telepresence system sophisticated enough to faithfully and transparently reproduce the sensory information perceived from the cockpit, and rugged enough to withstand the rigors of an airborne environment. The objectives of the Phase II effort are to verify the suitability of LEEP's Phase I Dual Resolution Telepresence system design to meet the requirements of the FFRRV unmanned flight project, and to assemble a complete, working and install it into the FFRRV. To accomplish these objectives, LEEP will perform experiments with key system components to verify their ability to perform in the desired manner. Once all critical components have been tested, a prototype will be assembled and installed into the FFRRV and ground control station. As far as it is possible, the system will be modular, and each major component will be as non-specific to the requirements of the FFRRV as possible while still addressing its needs. In this way, other uses in the government and private sector, of which there should be many, will be easily accommodated.