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Home is generally the safest place to be, but people always neglect the danger of their most reassured place, which leads to a declining ability to tackle an emergency and consequently a rising probability of misjudgment that could make their home the most dangerous place. In order to reduce accidents at home, this application uses AR images to simulate accidents, presents household accidents with severe casualties, and guides players to make the right decision and create a big picture in mind. The AR model allows the public to experience emergencies through mobile apps and raise the awareness of disaster prevention in real life.
New Taipei City, Taiwan
Fang Ying / Yeh,
Zan Yuan / Wang,