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Effects of Augmented Reality Experience on Risk Perception
In this study, we focused on AR (Augmented Reality) as a useful tool for people who have never suffered from disaster to think of disasters that may occur in the future. We first created an emergency risk recognition process model to investigate the effect on risk recognition. And we set the rubric based on that model. Next, we designed a questionnaire based on that rubric. We investigated at the “Sona Area”, a disaster prevention learning in the Tokyo Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park. And we targeted the AR included in the experiential learning tour called “72h TOUR directly under Tokyo”. As a result, it became clear that the AR experience raised people’s awareness of disaster prevention. They also felt that they needed more disaster prevention measures in the future. In addition, the AR experience has raised awareness that disasters can occur around them. However, changes in cognition and behavior are different, so we need to consider them.
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University. Studies in integrated arts and sciences
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