Takashi Sugi, who is engaged in the rental business of temporary equipment such as scaffolding at construction sites, announced on July 9 that he has jointly developed scaffolding safety education content using MR with Sekiki Saku. Scaffolding safety inspection training can be done indoors. We will provide scaffolding equipment to companies that rent it, aiming for safe and efficient training. Scaffolding safety education content using MR was developed together with Sekiki’s work, which is responsible for CG content production. Wearing the smart glasses “Microsoft HoloLens2”, the instructor and students can share the same 3D model and receive training on scaffolding inspection methods and searching for unsafe areas. Up to 6 people can be connected at the same time, and when you look at the QR code, the scaffolding will appear in front of you. You can learn the points of scaffolding inspection with the actual size model, and you can also perform operations such as lifting the stepladder. It is said that you can learn the proper use of stepladders and worktables. Normally, they visit companies that rent equipment and actually build scaffolding in empty spaces such as parking lots to conduct training. In addition to the space required, it takes a considerable amount of time and effort to build the scaffolding, dismantle it, and even depend on the weather. By adopting MR content, training can be conducted even in a relatively small space such as a conference room, and it is also easy to carry. In addition to being able to display the actual size in the content, the scale can be changed to 50% and 25%. You can proceed with the training while checking in front of you, such as pointing out that you forgot to fasten the nail and then an image of the nail being fastened. It is characterized by interweaving realistic disaster cases, and you can experience disaster cases by 3D characters, such as the abandoned pole falling and falling when climbing to the top of the stepladder. SUGIKO also provides “safety experience VR training” and handles VR content, but this time MR was adopted because it is easy to get a sense of distance from people and it is desirable to understand the surrounding situation. According to Sekiki, it took about five months to create the content. However, it took a lot of time for the meeting before that, and it took about two years to complete. In the future, while conducting scaffolding inspection training to actually assemble the scaffolding, we will work on scaffolding DX so that we can provide new added value in line with the times, aiming at improving the efficiency and productivity of the site. ..