The AMRC and Virtalis have informally collaborated on various projects over almost a decade. Much of what the AMRC tries to achieve is to attempt to find simple ways to reduce waste and cost and to speed up processes to give the businesses it works with a competitive advantage. The AMRC are using Visionary Render … Continued
Virtalis has worked in partnership with the AMRC and NAMRC for some years now, Virtalis has been a sponsor of AMRC since 2006 and is also involved in all AMRC projects involving a simulation element. AMRC is a collaboration between world-leaders in the aerospace supply chain, key government offices and international academic institutions. The AMRC … Continued
Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh experienced Virtual Reality (VR) for the first time yesterday. Instead of actually digging the first sod for the new Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC), as is traditional for an official launch, The Queen activated a virtual digger to do the work remotely.
VIRTALIS, a UK leader in Virtual Reality (VR) and simulation technologies, has supplied the expertise and equipment that’s enabling the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s MANufacturing Technology TRAnsporter (MANTRA) to have the first ever mobile Virtalis StereoWorks ActiveWall system.
March 26th is the date for the Virtalis half-day seminar on haptics, or virtual touch, at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in Sheffield.
A second Virtalis StereoWoks system has been installed in AMRC’s new £10 million “Rolls-Royce Factory of the Future” in Sheffield.
VIRTALIS is honoured to become a member of The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) and has designed and installed a StereoWorks Advanced Visualisation System at its office in Sheffield.