Virtalis has just become Cyber-Anatomy’s sole reseller in the UK. Cyber-Anatomy has developed a number of software packages for the learning and exploration of natural anatomy and biological structures.
National Grid US has bought three ActiveMove immersive display systems from Virtual Reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis, and is developing a library of interactive 3D VR models that will be incorporated into the company’s technical training.
The University of Kent has recently taken delivery of an integrated Virtual Reality (VR) hardware and software system from Virtalis that has been specifically designed to serve the diverse demands of psychology research.
Since the successful establishment of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) at King Saud University, the academic team led by Research Professor Mohammad Abdul Mannan has travelled the world to assimilate the latest technologies.
The HIVE (Human Interactive Virtual Environment) lab at The Unversity of Abertay, Dundee, has just upgraded its Virtual Reality (VR) tracking system and added a Virtalis ActiveSpace.
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.
Two ActiveSpace systems have been supplied by Virtalis to Northumbria University’s new Usability of Spatial Environments (USE) Research Centre.
Streamlining CAD & CAE data for the virtual world
VIRTALIS, the foremost European name in Virtual Reality (VR), is bringing the first wireless Head-Mounted Display (HMD) to the UK, courtesy of its partner, Sensics.
Northumbria University’s School of the Built and Natural Environment has upgraded its Virtalis passive stereo visualisation suite to the Virtalis ActiveWall.
VIRTALIS has designed and installed a StereoWorks system for PTC’s Corporate Visit Center at the Company’s HQ in Needham, Massachusetts.