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Virtual Environment for Education and Training in Safety Engineering and Maintenance

  • Thomas Flaig
Conference paper
Part of the Eurographics book series (EUROGRAPH)

Abstract

Education and training depends on perception of, information about and self-driven examination of unknown environments. The paper describes a virtual environment for education and training in safety engineering and maintenance. The characteristics of the environment is a combination of 3D-visualization, real-time simulation and multimedia representation of information. The user will interact in a realistic environment of manufacturing engineering facilities with dynamic behavior, real-time interactivity and free control of information support. First experiences will be presented form different projects.

Keywords

Virtual Reality Virtual Environment Real Environment Virtual Prototype Virtual Reality Simulation 
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© Springer-Verlag/Wien 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • Thomas Flaig
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  1. 1.Demonstration Centre for Virtual RealityFraunhofer-Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation, IPAStuttgartGermany

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