The VIS was based on Microsoft Modular Windows, and therefore the Dev Workstation was also a Windows PC. Check out more info below.
The recommended computer system was the Tandy 3000NL.
The Gryphon Audio Card would be used in the Dev workstation. The audio card is Adlib-Gold compatible.
The Composite/S-Video Graphics Card to be used in the Dev Workstation
For storage (such as save game data) the VIS used a non-volatile serial access RAM from Dallas Semiconductor. This is the Dev workstation PCB.
This is the actual memory card, dubbed the "SAVE-IT" card.
This is the IR Receiver Card for the Dev Workstation. The VIS can use wired or wireless (IR) controllers.
The Serial Loader Card would go inside the VIS to allow the Developer to "push code" from the Workstation to the VIS for testing & troubleshooting.
This modem card was an option for the VIS and provided 2400bps data and 4800bps (send-only) fax capability. The VMI Training System used this feature to connect each day to their servers and download any new content for the Prudential Learning System trainees.