Midwestern University

Multiple Haptic Cow and Horse at Midwestern University, Arizona Midwestern University in Arizona is a new College of Veterinary Medicine and it has steadily built up its investment in Haptic training technology, so it now has three Haptic Cows and Horses from Virtalis.  It ordered multiple systems after the success of the initial system was … Continued


The University of Liverpool’s Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) at Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus sought an advanced visualisation technology partner several years ago and plumped for Virtalis. The ActiveWall at VEC in Daresbury proved to be such a draw to University of Liverpool students and academics alike that they wanted a Virtual Reality (VR) facility … Continued

Lawrence Livermore

Virtalis Technology Part of U.S. Nuclear fusion bid What Does Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory do? For more than half a century, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has applied cutting-edge science and technology to enhance national security in the United States. The Laboratory was established in 1952 at the height of the Cold War to meet urgent … Continued


GDP Architects get a different Perspective WHO ARE GDP? Leading Malaysian architectural firm, GDP Architects (GDP) are innovators and are recipients of dozens of awards in recent years, including the prestigious 2012 RIBA International Award.  With buildings like the University Teknologi Petronas, The Troika and Pavilion KL, GDP have proven themselves to be among the … Continued


Visionary Render Used Throughout the Product Lifecycle at Raytheon Raytheon’s Virtual Journey Raytheon first saw Visionary Render in action at PTC’s Customer Visitor Center (CVC), its headquarters in Needham, MA. The PTC CVC is a flagship installation for Virtalis, featuring both Virtalis integrated hardware solutions and software. Visionary Render has been chosen by Raytheon Company … Continued

Cardiff University

GEOVISIONARY USED TO VISUALISE FLOOD RISK The MAREN2 Project The MAREN2 project aimed to accurately visualise large LIDAR data sets of water levels, coastal land forms and bathymetry, so stakeholders can assess the impact of proposed renewable energy schemes. It was part of the EU Programme INTERREG IVB 2006-2014 Atlantic Area. One of the focus … Continued

Siemens UK

Siemens’ Digital Factory in Congleton, Cheshire, designs and manufactures variable speed drives for motors. Its customers come mainly from the automotive sector, machine building (OEMs), pumps and fans and the airport industry. The drives control the speed of the motor, increasing efficiency of operation and decreasing power use. Although there are only five decentralised product … Continued

Cambridge University

Cambridge University Veterinary Course By the time Cambridge’s students reach their fourth year, or their first clinical year, they have studied the anatomy on both horses and cattle thoroughly, via a cadaver, and are ready to begin rectal training on live animals. However, as it isn’t possible, or ethical, to give the horses colic, the … Continued


Technologiewerkstatt brings VR To Baden-Württemberg VR Helping To Grow A Regional Economy The German Government, in conjunction with the EU, decided the region of Baden-Württemberg needed an incubator for start-ups, bringing technology to its many SMEs to help grow and support the region’s local economy. This organisation was also expected to support SMEs by helping … Continued

London South Bank University

LSBU USES VR FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING A state-of-the-art Virtual Reality (VR) Suite at London South Bank University (LSBU) comprising a VR Auditorium and a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) Suite enables four avatars to simultaneously interact with each other collaboratively and in real-time. This installation forms part of a far reaching vision by to get LSBU students … Continued