WHAT DOES A HAZE FEEL LIKE?
Immersive training is the key to risk reduction among law enforcement. By allowing law enforcement to train in truly realistic scenarios, a state of stress inoculation incurs and officers are better prepared to handle high risk situations that can involve extreme sensory environments. Real-time 4D sensory effects can include smoke and fog systems that can create hazy environments and whiteout conditions that are confusing to navigate.
Smell concepts are also often used for law enforcement training and include scents like meth labs, gunfire, corpse, and body perspiration. By creating experiences where the brain memorizes the sensory assault, officers are better prepared to modify their behavior when encountered with similar but slightly different situations.
*Effects used for law enforcement training include:
Smells: meth lab, acetone, red phosphorous, gunpowder, IED materials.
Smoke effects: tear gas, aftermath of explosion, laboratory, smoke bomb.
Weather and spraymotion effects: inclement weather, blood spatter, breaking vials, pepper spray.
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