A Ship Driving Teaching System Based on Multi-level Virtual Reality Technology
Keywords:ship driving teaching system, multi-level virtual reality, marine simulation system
The present ship driving teaching system cannot ensure that all seafarers or students have enough time to go into training for basic skills, and it is not practical or feasible in all cases. We construct a consistent VR marine training environment to enhance maritime education and training at all levels. The basic equation of key algorithm involving the multilevel virtual reality ship driving teaching system is presented in this paper. The system is equipped with V.Dragon 2000. The application results show that the system can project visual system with wide field of view, and instructor control station etc. The training environment provides a strong visual reinforcement and a strong sense of immersion.
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