From small to large, people often receive various kinds of safety education in their lives. However, whether it is to conduct disaster prevention and propaganda on the Internet or to carry out large-scale fire drills in schools, communities, and enterprises, it will pay a very high cost. Because there is no real feeling of the fear brought about by disasters, people do not care about the subconscious and have spent a lot of financial and material resources and did not play a very good effect.
With the advent of VR, it has filled gaps in the integration of security education and technology. The sense of immersion in the VR world places people in "real" disaster scenarios such as fires, floods, and earthquakes. It allows people to recognize from the bottom of the heart the importance of disaster prevention, and to acquire appropriate preventive knowledge and emergency measures.