October 20, 2020 9:30 am
This year RiVR was super privileged to exhibit on the WS Darley stand at the FDIC 2019 conference in Indianapolis, this was RiVR’s 2nd year at the event. We decided early on to make sure we provided some amazing VR demos and talks along with putting the RiVR content machine into action and producing multiple 2D video productions over the 3 day show, 360 video content and photography.
We have used this page as a vault to store all the video content from the 2019 show and we look forward to an even bigger 2020 FDIC!
FLAIM Systems was honoured to be on the W.S.Darley stand at the recent FDIC International 2019 event. In all 35,369 fire industry professionals attended, we were among the 814 exhibitors sharing the Darley innovation space with RiVR and XVR Simulation.
XVR Simulation develops training software for safety and security professionals. Our product platform is a flexible, user friendly and cost effective solution to boost your training curriculum. Get to know our enthusiastic users from all around the world and learn why they use XVR
https://rivr.uk/investigations/ for more information and videos.
RiVR Investigate offers unprecedented realistic investigation training in Virtual Reality (VR).
The photorealistic scenarios in RiVR Investigate offer a near-to-life immersive presence in fire and crime scenes. RiVR improves the realism of investigation training and increases the number of scenarios trainees are confronted with during training.
In RiVR Investigate, the user wears a VR headset to view the scene. The user can look everywhere, open doors and closets and pick up objects in the scene with the VR controllers. Everything in the scene is so real that key evidence can be seen. Forensic tools can be used to record and analyse key evidence.
RiVR Investigate includes tools for the instructor to observe and record the participants actions, use an (editable) scoring list to track actions and behaviour and save the recording
To ensure training fidelity, RiVR scenes are based on real fires (controlled burns). In preparation for every VR scenario a realistic setup of for example a room, kitchen or office is built. Fire is then realistically set to the scene through arson, short-circuiting electrical appliances or for example a fallen candle. The post-burn scene is then recorded using laser-scans and thousands of photographs. Using advanced 3D modelling techniques like photogrammetry, the scene is turned into an interactive learning environment.
RiVR Investigate is used to train a single student in an investigation role whilst the instructor guides the student. RiVR Investigate can be used in a classroom setting by showing the student’s actions on a large screen.
Requirements: 1 laptop or PC with a VR headset connected. Optionally a large TV or projector to offer other students a shared view of the scene.