Safety knowledge is important to ensure safety. Learning is required to gain that knowledge. Each person has a different way of thinking. Everyone who learns seriously, who doesn’t, needs to be motivated to learn safety seriously. RiMM also helps with that.
In some cases, it is effective to use negative means, which is the opposite of positive, in order to increase people’s motivation to learn. Lim is trying to increase sensitivity through a negative experience. From this challenge, it has become clear that negative sensations require various sensory reproductions in addition to visual and auditory sensations. We are preparing the experience environment by developing equipment that enables negative experience when needed.
“Scary” is a negative sensation.
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