INNOVATIVE MINE SAFETY TRAINING AND MINING ENGINEERING EDUCATION USING VIRTUAL REALITY

World Mining Congress
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) has been a world leader in the development of innovative virtual reality technologies over the last 10 to 15 years. These developments have included developing the world’s first 360° surround, virtual reality (VR), stereo projection theatre system known as AVIE (Advanced Visualisation and Interactive Environment), which was developed by Cinema, a collaborative venture between the UNSW Faculties of Engineering and College of Fine Arts. The UNSW School of Mining Engineering has been responsible for development of mining applications virtual reality software modules and to date, has developed eighteen different mine safety training and mining engineering education modules which run in the AVIE environment.
Keywords: Training; Modules; Mines; Mine; mining; Simulations; Simulation;
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