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Integrating radiation transport models in a 3D Video Game to train nuclear detection techniques

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7 Author(s)
James Winso ; Spectral Labs Incorporated, San Diego, CA 92128 USA ; John Rolando ; David Olivares ; Henry Yu
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A novel technique has been developed under a Department of Homeland Security Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Program to exploit Video Games to dramatically improve the quality and availability of law enforcement and first responder training to locate and adjudicate nuclear sources. This training method is implemented in a software system which allows trainees to practice finding, identifying, and determining the threat level of radioactive sources in a 3D video game environment and returns results to a learning management system to enable tracking progress.

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2011 IEEE International Games Innovation Conference (IGIC)

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2-3 Nov. 2011