Welcome to “Train to Drive”, Operation Lifesaver’s rail safety training for drivers.
Whether you are a new driver or a seasoned one, staying safe around railway tracks is all about knowing the rules. Our Train to Drive videos will immerse you in a virtual-reality driving environment and ask you to make real-time decisions behind the wheel – testing whether you know how to safely approach railway crossings, and driving home OL’s "Look. Listen. Live." message.
Live the experience on your desktop by playing the video below, or select another device such as mobile or tethered headset, by choosing one of the different options below. Now get in the driver's seat, and put your rail safety knowledge to the test!
If you are using an iPhone or Android device, you must first install the Wonda app (free). Get it on the App store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android):
Once you have the app, simply click the button or use the QR code below to launch the experience.
With Wonda VR it is possible to instantly view your project in your favourite HMD such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or Windows Mixed Reality using the Wonda VR WebVR player.
Once your Oculus Rift or Windows Mixed Reality (PC only) or HTC Vive (PC + MAC) is correctly set-up, you can view your Wonda VR project in the Firefox web browser. Just click on the VR icon which appears in the bottom right corner to instantly stream the project with the HMD.
NB: if your Firefox web browser is not already set up for Web VR automatically, simply follow these quick steps or use Firefox Nightly.
This can be done for both local and online projects. Note that the project is still visible on your main screen allowing you to mirror the project viewed on the HMD.
For Windows Mixed Reality, you will need to run the experience whilst using the HMD with SteamVR.
If you have some trouble using your Oculus Rift, verify you followed these required steps:
Below are some quick rail safety driving tips, as well as more detailed tip sheet that you can download to print or share. Be sure to follow these tips when you’re behind the wheel—they could save your life.