Virtual reality to support FMD training
Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
Prepared for the department by Novus Res
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This report is the outcome of a Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment request for a review of virtual reality (VR) and how the technology could be implemented in support of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) training.
The primary objective of the report is to describe how VR could be used to create cost effective and expandable training applications for the animal handling and biosecurity sector that can be rolled out to a larger section of the animal handling industry. It focusses on how the technology can be used for training in the early stage detection and investigation of suspected FMD cases. The findings of the report are supported by a demonstration VR application.
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