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System Model for Shooting Training Based on Interactive Video, Three-Dimensional Computer Graphics and Laser Ray Capture

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7 Author(s)
Melo Leite Junior, A.J. ; Menezes Gomes, Natal Anacleto Chicca Junior, Alysson Diniz dos Santos CRAB-IUVI-UFC, Santos, Brazil ; Menezes Gomes, G.A. ; Chicca Junior, N.A. ; Diniz dos Santos, A.
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Computer simulation based interactive systems have proven to be risk-free alternatives for training the police force. Also, in these kinds of simulations, the user can make errors without dangerous consequences, unlike real-world situations. In this sense, this paper proposes a system model, aimed at shooting training, using features of video sequences and three-dimensional computer graphics interactive environments. This proposal is initially based on the evaluation of a commercial system that uses immersive virtual reality. Then, it was defined a system model, based on which, two prototypes were developed. These prototypes are already in use in a police academy, and make use of audiovisual devices and laser shots emission.

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Virtual and Augmented Reality (SVR), 2012 14th Symposium on

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28-31 May 2012

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