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2022 IEEE International Conference on Information Technologies

Mini-Cave Automatic Virtual Environment Application in Security, Safety, and Defence Studies

Małgorzata Gawlik-Kobylińska
Paweł Maciejewski
Jacek Lebiedź
Faculty of Management and Command War Studies University, Warszawa
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, Gdańsk University of Technology
Poland
Czech Republic
Abstract:

The aim of the article is to analyse the use of mini-Cave Automatic Virtual Reality Environment (mini-CAVE) in academic studies on security, safety, and defence. The literature review based on Web of Science database and the case study of the War Studies University research activities indicated the mini-CAVE can be used in two areas as a research infrastructure and as a didactic tool. It can be concluded that due to the development of virtual reality worlds, the application of the mini-CAVE supports research and didactics activities, specifically in creating 3D scenarios for teaching concepts and processes, and simulating situations related to saving life and health.

Key words:
Cave Automatic Virtual Environment
mini-CAVE
defence
safety
security