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"Education training of Haneda Airport by VR simulator"
 Meiwa Sky Support Co., Ltd.
This is VR driving simulator data for the purpose of promoting and training safe driving throughout Haneda Airport. The airport is a special environment and driving rules are different from that of ordinary roads. In addition to the roads and facilities in the airport, special vehicles and aircraft found in the airport are reproduced in this VR which is designed to educate and train drivers who have to cope with hazardous places and points that demand special attention whilst driving throughout the airport.
By executing the animation "Haneda Airport", viewers can see the content of the training programmes for drivers of pushback tractors that pull containers, vehicles that run throughout the airport and the daily scenes within Haneda Airport. The "Cargo vehicle driving" is a particular scenario that enables the viewers to drive a pushback tractor. The tractor driver must safely navigate the special airport environment, wait for aircraft crossing and reach the end goal. It is not just training data, as the system enables the viewers to experience the atmosphere generated by the many airport workers.

 Semi Grand Prix
"Reproduction of the tramway line and its surroundings in Omuta city"
 Keisuke Ijiri office
This is the second revival of the Omuta tramway that was once familiar to the citizens as the main facility of transportation. The buildings of Mitsui Chemicals, Miike Bank, Matsuya Department store, and Omuta Station that represent those days are reproduced along the rail track. In addition the 500 series train is also shown calmly running in the scenery. The landscape of the Mikawa mine is also shown as is the Mitsui Miike coal mine, along with huge facilities such as wooden houses and the coal mine machine hoppers. The crowd in Omuta at the time can be seen from the tram.
The animation "Tramway experience" takes viewers back in time. All the objects in the view such as the old cities, girder bridges, crossing trains, and the stately architecture are picturesque. In the animations expressing each scene, the viewers can see trams arriving and departing, the buildings mentioned and the 500 series trains.

 Semi Grand Prix
"Mobile type safety education experience 4D VR simulation"
 Korea Transportation Safety Authority
This data was created for use with the 4D traffic safety simulator. It cosists of various driving courses including an urban street and a highway, including a number of driving scenarios. For example, emergency events and hazardous scenes such as traffic merging, pedestrian traffic violations, and the effects of smartphone operation during driving are reproduced. It is also possible to experience two different types of driving simulations, one using normal monitors and the other using VR glasses, both while driving the simulator with a 6DOF motion platform. The 4D simulator is installed in a mobile container truck so people within Korea will be able to experience this simulation.
This safe driving 4D simulator has three scenarios. The "Urban roads" scenario includes unauthorized crossing, right turn, and danger avoidance. The "Highway" scenario includes experiences of drowsy driving, danger prediction, congestion, merging and a construction section. Finally, in the "Testing location" scenario, viewers can experience dangerous situations such as low friction roads, slalom driving and sudden braking that cannot be easily experienced on ordinary 'real' roads. Since every case is perfectly possible in real life, it may be said that this data will lead us to change how we think in our daily driving.

"Integration of 3D models from sewerage pipe line investigation data"
  Kanro Jyoho Katsuyo Yugen Sekinin Jigyo Kumiai
  (Limited Association of Pipeline Data Utilization)
The integration of the 3D visual models of all underground structures, including pipe line data produced during "reconstruction and repair" of the pipeline, enables the maintenance management and repair / design (civil engineering) of specific structures. In addition, not only sewage administrators but disaster staff can share the model as and when required, for example during earthquakes. In the future, it will be possible to determine the water discharge and conduct civil engineering reconstruaction simulations from the disaster refuge sites.
The animation "Sewer script" shows the underground pipeline facilities in the 3D space that one cannot see normally. The data is set around Kuramae, Taito-ku, Tokyo, and viewers can experience both of outside and inside of the buried pipe of about 300 meters long. The shape of the sewer pipe, entrances and exits, and passages inside the pipe created in detail can be seen at each camera position.

"VR for research on the effects of digital signage on driving operation and driver performance"
 University of Seoul
The use of large digital signage installed on the street and outside high-rise buildings has increased in recent years. In order to research what effects such large scale digital signage has on safe driving, the central part of Gangnam area in Seoul was reproduced in VR, and experiments using a driving simulator were conducted. The log data of the driver’s line of sight as well as the individual drivers driving log data were recorded and analyzed by the use of the FOVE new eye tracking HMD.
By executing the scenario, viewers can experience driving in the city at night. Several digital signs are included to block the building lights and attract the driver's attention. The question the 3D driving VR asks is will it be possible to continue driving safely while seeing a beautiful night view and eye-catching digital signage?

 Design Award
Mr. Fumio Seki Professor of Engineering department, Nihon University
(Chief of the judging committee)
"A redevelopment proposal based on a model of the maritime area in Kisarazu city"
 Kisarazu city
A proposal for the redevelopment of the maritime area of Kisarazu city along with the work of the participants' is introduced in this VR. The data, which is set in a seaside park on a peninsula, contains unique proposals whose aim is to enhance the charm of the area. The viewer is able to experience the appeal of the proposed redevlopment by seeing it from the images and by means of the walkthrough.
By viewing the animation "Site overview", one can experience the whole seaside park. The green park and the people walking and jogging in it can be seen. There is an animation for each of our unique redevelopment proposals. Viewers are able to see these attractive redevelopment proposals from a variety of viewpoints including ground level, car, ship and bird.

 Regional Construction Award
 Mr. Hiroo Kasagi (Representative of NPO Chiikizukuri Kobo)
"A proposal for the emergency planning using VR of a huge earthquake"
 Fushimi Technical High School in Kyoto (Kyoto Kogakuin High School)
A variety of potentially huge earthquakes may occur in the near future and may cause unexpected damage. By capturing images of disaster situations immediately after the earthquake with a multicopter and converting them to point cloud data, by sfm analysis, the resultant emergency disaster compliant VR will be useful for the planning of evacuation and the supply of relief goods.
The presentation starts when the animation "Countermeasure proposal for large scale earthquake". A number of unique and flexible ideas from high school students using the latest technologies are included in this comprehensive proposition. The contents of the proposal include the response to the disaster, damage prediction and visualization of the current situation following large scale earthquake. The main content of this proposal is a visualization using the point cloud display rather than a detailed creation of data.

 Future Development Award
 Mr. Tatsuoki Inagaki (Director of Pave & Road How-To Way Technology Association)
"HMI VR cockpit simulation during autonomous driving"
This project deals with the "In-Vehicle Context Awareness (IVCA)" concepts and the planning related to the HMI (Human Machine Interface) within autonomous vehicles. The project includes the VR data and VR system designed to actually develop, deploy and verify its effectiveness. In addition to the verification, it is to be exhibited as part of 'the future' at the Tokyo Motor Show, CES, etc.
In this VR data, driving simulation scenarios can be executed in both the urban areas of Tokyo and Las Vegas. Information is displayed on the screen during the driving simulation and viewers can experience the image of "IVCA" which is a driving support system of the future. The 3D VR environment is comprised of the center of Tokyo with skyscrapers of the urban city and the reproduction of gorgeous Las Vegas in Nevada, US.

"A proposal for the initial improvement of the government-designated historic site of the ruin of Aterazawa Tateyama castle in Oe, Yamagata using 3D point cloud data"
 Sagae Survey Civil Engineering Co., Ltd.
The characteristic structure and surrounding terrain of the ruined castle is recreated using a 3D laser scanner. In addition to the structure of the castle the 3D data also captured scenes of the vast basin and the Mogami-gawa river at the base of the mountain.
In the animation "Panoramic view of the Aterazawa Tateyama castle ruin", viewers can enjoy fully the whole area of this government-designated historic site and the view from the summit in about four minutes. It starts from a bird's eye view and goes through four paths in the castle to the viewing platform on the summit Hachimanza while showing the beautiful natural sceneries and historic surroundings. It is hoped that viewers of this VR will afterwards wish to visit the actual site.

"i-hazard map PROJECT -Proposal of the next generation i-hazard map concept-"
 Mitsui Consultants Co., Ltd.
This project proposes a new concept related to the "i-hazard map" such as a new debris flow map and an advance in the publishing of predicted rain by effectively utilizing the latest VR technologies in order to simply and appropriately convey the risk information, including disasters. Moreover, it shows the application of this hazard map and future methods of operation.
In the animation "i-hazard map PROJECT", viewers can see how to simply explain to the general public a variety of information in VR, such as the prediction of landslide disasters due to possible global warming and the creation of the hazard map based on the rainfall forecast.
A display of hazardous areas, intensity of rainfall, and the danger of driving in heavy rain are shown in an easy-to-understand way. In addition, this data also precisely explains the search of near refuge places and evacuation routes, the image of the landslide, and the necessity of debris dam.