VR safety training with SIMShell (December 1999)

SIMShell uses commodity PC graphics components to build VR simulators used to train offshore personnel.

Dutch company SIMShell uses low-end PC-based 3D Video technology for safety training. This is used to familiarize workers with their environment before flying offshore. 3D realism is achieved through photos and laser surveys of real plant.


Simulations of disasters or abandonment scenarios. The work is an extension of Shellís GameChanger project which is set to develop írule breakingí ideas. The technology allows quick testing of VR simulators and is cheaper than business graphics.ź

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