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In this paper, a new virtual reality (VR) control concept for operating robots in search and rescue (SAR) scenarios is introduced. The presented approach intuitively provides different sensor signals as RGB, thermal and active infrared images by projecting them onto 3D structures generated by a Time of Flight (ToF)-based depth camera. The multichannel 3D data are displayed using an Oculus Rift head-up-display providing additional head tracking information. The usage of 3D structures can improvedoi:10.5220/0005692200190029 dblp:conf/icinco/KleinschmidtW16 fatcat:uyzr6arstresfgjfp3xzzncapi