Virtalis’ ActiveWall at the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC), Sci-Tech- Daresbury, proved to be such a draw to University of Liverpool students and academics that they were keen to have their own Virtual Reality (VR) suite. Virtalis has recently installed an ActiveMove and Visionary Render software in the new VEC@Liverpool facility, which sits within the Harrison … Continued
The Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) is using state-of-the-art VR technology from Virtalis to those that use its facilities.
The virtual world is being increasingly exploited for engineering advantage. Justin Cunningham travels to the Virtual Engineering Centre to see how it is being deployed.
The University of Liverpool’s new Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) at Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus is to have all its Virtual Reality (VR) hardware and software supplied by Virtalis.