USING its Siemens TeamCenter PLM system, Rolls-Royce Deutschland has created huge CAD models each with several gigabytes. With the typical aero engine having 20.000 (approx.) components, even down to individual screws, visualising them immersively, with a fluent frame rate, is no easy task. Prof. Dr Marius Swoboda, Head of Physical, Computational and Design Sciences at … Continued
Berlin’s Beuth University of Applied Sciences has just installed a Virtalis ActiveCube display system, including a suite of Virtalis’ Visionary Render VR software. To receive funding for the VR technology, the Department of Mechanical Engineering submitted a competitive bid to the Hochschule and was one of four projects chosen. “VR for teaching was our first … Continued
Edge Hill University is set to unveil its Virtalis ActiveCube, the first 4k “CAVE” in the UK, on 19th October. The state-of-the-art, multi-walled Virtual Reality (VR) Suite is a key element within the University’s new £13 million Technology Hub. The Tech Hub will be officially opened by entrepreneur and former Chairman, President and CEO of … Continued
The AMRC and Virtalis have 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. Virtalis ActiveWorks systems and VR have … Continued
Like the other members of the ActiveWorks range, ActiveCube combines best in class technology. Virtalis’ ActiveCubes are either four or
Humans and robots will interact in a virtual environment in the new ActiveCube that Virtalis has supplied to Bielefeld University.
The state-of-the-art, 3D visualization facility at The University of Northampton’s NVision Centre is the largest project Virtalis has ever undertaken.
Virtalis GmbH has won a major contract to supply and install two Virtual Reality (VR) suites to Germany’s Gastwelten, which opens later this year.
Virtalis, Europe’s leading Virtual Reality (VR) Company, has joined the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC).
The Virtual Reality (VR) Laboratory at University College London’s (UCL) Department of Computer Science has been the site of numerous groundbreaking research projects over the past decade.
Virtalis has designed and installed two Virtual Reality (VR) systems for the new Nuclear AMRC at Sheffield.