LSBU Uses Virtalis Technology To Challenge Tomorrow’s Engineers

A far reaching vision by London South Bank University (LSBU) to get its students learning interactively has led to commission a state-of-the-art Virtual Reality (VR) suite from Virtalis. The £300,000 contract has resulted in the recent installation of both a VR Auditorium and a Head Mounted Display (HMD) Suite, which together enables four avatars to … Continued

Virtalis Helps Schneider Achieve the impossible Virtually

Virtalis has provided Schneider Electric with a suite of immersive and interactive Virtual Reality (VR) customer training modules plus an ActiveMove transportable advanced visualisation display system which enables training to be appreciated in full, stereoscopic 3D. 

The Naval Architect Jan 2012

Marine projects demand sophisticated design, resulting in staggering amounts of data and documents, complex schedules and huge amounts of materials and resources, with engineering teams being able to make full reuse of past designs, and raplidly create and validate new designs to maximise the efficiency of vessels and their production process.

3D Visworld.com Feb 2012

For some years now, mainstream industries, such as automotive or aerospace, have invested many millions in visualising their CAD in 3D.

VR Incorporated into National Grid Training

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.

Virtalis MaxExchange Launched

SINCE joining the AutoDesk Developers’ Network earlier this year, Virtalis has been busy creating a way to move data developed in Autodesk 3ds Max into software commonly encountered powering advanced visualisation environments and back again.