A Fire Drill Training System Based on VR and Kinect Somatosensory Technologies

Li Nian Feng, Zhiguo Xiao


The traditional fire drill is difficult, high cost, poor effect etc. in variety of fire scene simulation; a new fire drill platform combined Somatosensory camera Kinect and VR can achieve self-construction and virtual simulation fire drill based on somatosensory interaction; the platform achieves interaction between human and the 3D objects in virtual simulation environment, 3D modeling, scene building with Unity, identified human skeletal by Kinect, and using Euclidean distance matching recognition algorithm for body movements, and finally realizes the evaluation of fire drills.; the platform shows that the system has important practical significance and use value in fire drills, fire safety teaching and other aspects.


fire drill; VR; Kinect; action recognition

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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