Extinguishing fires is dangerous by nature, so training is always associated with risks and high costs. It is still difficult to organize it correctly. You can not just set fire to the building and send an unqualified team to extinguish it. Modeling is a worthy alternative, but it lacks realism. For a more accurate and easy training of firefighters, a new virtual reality simulator, FLAIM Trainer, was developed. It consists of a HTC Vive VR headset, a tactile device and a vest that tracks the user's vital indicators.
The system allows you to track the position and movement of objects and copy them to the virtual world. After installing the sensors on the hose, firefighters can extinguish virtual fires with real equipment. The window into this virtual world is a HTC Vive headset with a set of breathing apparatus for realism. The tactile feedback system in the hose simulates the strength of the water flow. Protective clothing has built-in heat packs that heat up when the user encounters a virtual fire.
In the new version, the system allows you to operate arrays of information. A waistcoat with a handicap measures the results of the user's electrocardiogram and records this data in a database. They can be stored locally or in the cloud. This helps instructors to track the level of trainee training.js.src = “&version=v2.8”; 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));