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Category: Interactive Product Experiences
Client: University of New South Wales (Australia); Mines Rescue (Australia)
Design: UNSW iCinema Research Centre (Australia); Tiller Design (Australia)
The iCinema Advanced Safety and Training Simulators (iCASTS) provide a series of immersive virtual environment simulators and an interactive control system for training employees in industries such as coal mining.