Developing a VR tool for studying pedestrian movement and choice behavior

Yan Feng
Yan Feng
Dorine C. Duives
Dorine C. Duives

VR Workshops, pp. 815-816, 2020.

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This paper presents a new VR research tool to systemically study pedestrian movement and choice behavior. This new VR tool, called CivilEvac, features a complex multi-level building that is an exact copy of an existing building. CivilEvac allows participants to freely navigate through the building, records their movements and vision field...更多

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