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 Title & Authors
Car Driving Simulation Game using 3-axis Gyroscope Sensor
Han, Kwangbae; Ko, Kwangman;
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 Abstract
A simulation game represented the real world and situation as a video games, In the first time, this simulation game primarily applied to military practice areas and then it`s applied areas were extended to strategy, flighting, racing, life areas. In this paper, we developed the driving simulator that operate the 3-axis sensor attached driver`s handle which could forward/backward moving, control of direction, and transmit of gear in the virtual space. For more the realities of the situation and accuracy of the location and speed, we adopted the 3-axis sensing informations, Unreal engine4` and Blueprint.
 Keywords
Internet of Things;3D Sensor;Unreal Engine;
 Language
Korean
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