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Mobile Application for Roller Coaster Construction and Riding Simulation in Virtual Reality

Student: Darya Pochtvina

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

Despite the large virtual reality technologies distribution and applicability in different fields, there is still a notable gap in the virtual reality simulation mobile games market. The aim of this project is to implement the mobile application for roller coaster construction and virtual reality simulation. The main aspects of the project implementation, technologies, connected virtual reality definitions and methodologies will be described in this paper. The following technologies and methods are employed: VR Box 1.0 head-mounted display, Unity game engine, 3D computer graphics program for modeling synthetic world. Basically, the result of this project is the Android mobile application with roller coasters editor and virtual reality simulation. Potential users will be able to use this project for entertainment purposes. The paper contains 65 pages, 3 chapters, 47 illustrations, 4 tables, 27 bibliography items, 4 appendices. Keywords: virtual reality, roller coaster simulator, roller coaster editor, mobile head-mounted display, Unity.

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