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IEEE 2888.4-2023

IEEE Standard for Architecture for Virtual Reality Disaster Response Training System with Six Degrees of Freedom (6 DoF)

Defined in this standard is a reference architecture required for building a virtual reality (VR) training system for large space disaster response. The system using this architecture simulates responses to a disaster that can occur in a large-scale physical space by applying VR technology. The scope of this standard includes architecture, requirements, and system designs for VR disaster response training systems.

Sponsor Committee
C/SABSC - Standards Activities Board Standards Committee
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2020-12-03
Board Approval
2023-12-06
History
Published:
2024-02-08

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SABSC - Standards Activities Board Standards Committee
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Working Group
2888_WG - Interfacing Cyber and Physical World Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
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Working Group Chair
Kyoungro Yoon

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P2888.3

Standard on Orchestration of Digital Synchronization between Cyber and Physical Worlds

This standard defines the vocabulary, requirements, metrics, data formats and application program interfaces (APIs) for setting up parameters for and communicating with digital objects to provide sequences of synchronization and interaction with physical objects.

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P2888.5

IEEE Draft Standard for Virtual Training System Evaluation Methods

This standard defines the evaluation methods and frameworks for virtual training systems. The evaluation framework consists of a plan, design, data, test, and analysis that can evaluate the virtual training systems' effectiveness, usability and acceptability.

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P2888.6

Standard for Holographic Visualization for Interfacing Cyber and Physical Worlds

This standard defines representations of holographic content to provide interfaces between Cyber and Physical Worlds for objects, which may exist either in Cyber or Physical Worlds. This includes following formats and scheme: ?tHolographic printing file format ?tHolographic contents encoding format ?tHolographic representation scheme.

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2888.1-2023

IEEE Standard for Specification of Sensor Interface for Cyber and Physical Worlds

The vocabulary, data formats, and application programming interfaces (APIs) for acquiring information from sensors are defined in this standard, enabling communication between the cyber world and the physical world, including:--Data formats for interfacing sensor data defining a root schema with individual sensor data--Data formats for recognizing sensor capabilities defining a root schema with individual sensor capabilities--Data formats for common data types--Application programming interfaces to transmit a sensor and its capability data between cyber and physical worlds

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2888.2-2023

IEEE Standard for Actuator Interface for Cyber and Physical Worlds

The vocabulary, data formats, and application programming interfaces (APIs) for controlling the actuators, which helps enable the definition of interfaces between the cyber world and the physical world, are defined in this standard, including: -Data formats for interfacing actuator commands defining a root schema with individual actuators -Data formats for recognizing actuator capabilities defining a root schema with individual actuators -Data formats for common data types -Application programming interfaces to transmit commands and capability descriptions of the actuators between the cyber and physical worlds

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