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The Use of Interactive Simulations to Affect Driving Behaviour
3rd Annual International Conferences on Computer Games, Multimedia and Allied Technology (CGAT 2010)
Many studies have shown that no matter what is done to try to get drivers to improve their driving behaviour there will always be some who would not see the benefit of modifying their behaviour. This paper reports on work in progress using a specially built simulator to convince drivers of the benefit of having good driving behaviour. The system uses Interactive Simulations in a Virtual Reality environment to immerse drivers in various road situations.doi:10.5176/978-981-08-5480-5_102 fatcat:mygivjvs6jhcfm3fpmelzk5u6m