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dc.contributor.authorMól, Antônio Carlos Abreu-
dc.contributor.authorSantos, Julio dos-
dc.contributor.authorSanto, André dos-
dc.publisherInstituto de Engenharia Nuclearpt_BR
dc.subjectVirtual realitypt_BR
dc.subjectINAC 2017pt_BR
dc.subjectSamsung Gearpt_BR
dc.subjectRepository simulatorpt_BR
dc.subjectRadioactive wastept_BR
dc.titleThe use of the virtual reality Helmet Samsung Gear vr as interaction interface of a radioactive waste repository simulatorpt_BR
dc.description.resumoRadioactive waste is all material resulting from human activity that contains elements that emit radiation that can generate risks to health and the environment. In this sense, they are very toxic also for those who perform the storage of radioactive waste in nuclear facilities. On the other hand, the virtual reality (VR) as been destined to the most diverse purposes, like simulations for educational systems, for military urposes as for diverse training. VRcan be considered as the junction of three basic principles: immersion, interaction and involvement. Bases on these principles of VR, this work aimed to develop a simulator of a repository of nuclear tailings, for mobile computing, whose interaction interface will be through the Samsung Gear VR helmet. The simulator of the nuclear waste repository was developed in the unity 3D tool and the elements that make up the scenario in the 3D MAX program. In this work we tried to put virtual reality under scrutiny in conjunction with Gear VR, to help in the sensation of immersion, as well as, the possibility of interaction with joysticks. The purpose was to provide greater insight into the operating environment.pt_BR
dc.citation.issueVII Jr. Posterpt_BR
dc.creator.affiliationInstituto de Engenharia Nuclear-
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