“Firefighter training virtual environment” by St. Julien and Shaw

  • ©Tazama U. St. Julien and Christopher D. Shaw

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    Firefighter training virtual environment

Session/Category Title:   Physical Simulation


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    The Firefighter Training Simulation is a virtual environment being developed at Georgia Tech in collaboration with the Atlanta Fire Department. The VE user is a commanding officer trainee who instructs teams of virtual firefighters to perform different actions to help put out virtual fires. This simulation was developed using the Simple Virtual Environment (SVE) Library, an extensible framework for building VE applications [Kessler 2000].

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    1. D. Kessler, D. Bowman, L. Hodges 2000. The Simple Virtual Environment Library: An Extensible Framework for Building VE Applications, Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. 9(2): pp. 187–208.
    2. Jang, J., W Ribarsky, CD SHAW, N. FAUST 2002. View-Dependent Multiresolution Splatting of Non-Uniform Data. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Symposium, Barcelona.


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