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Kinateder Max (Brown University), Ronchi Enrico (Lund University, Sweden), Nilsson Daniel (Lund University, Sweden), Kobes Margrethe (Institute for Safety), Müller Mathias (University of Würzburg, Germany), Pauli Paul (University of Würzburg, Germany), Mühlberger Andreas (University of Regensburg, Germany)
Tytuł
Virtual Reality for Fire Evacuation Research
Źródło
Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2014, vol. 2, s. 313 - 321, tab., biibliogr. 55 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Teoria zachowań ludzkich, Rzeczywistość wirtualna, Analiza SWOT, Ewakuacja
Theory of human behavior, Virtual reality, SWOT analysis, Evacuation
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Virtual reality (VR) has become a popular approach to study human behavior in fire. The present position paper analyses Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) of VR as a research tool for human behavior in fire. Virtual environments provide a maximum of experimental control, are easy to replicate, have relatively high ecological validity, and allow safe study of occupant behavior in scenarios that otherwise would be too dangerous. Lower ecological validity compared to field studies, ergonomic aspects, and technical limitations are the main weaknesses of the method. Increasingly realistic simulations and other technological advances provide new opportunities for this relatively young method. In this position paper, we argue that VR is a promising complementary laboratory tool in the quest to understand human behavior in fire and to improve fire safety.(original abstract)
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