Massive investments are being made into virtual reality technology as it becomes more and more mainstream for consumers and enterprises across a multitude of industries. The technology is being used increasingly beyond entertainment, including improving complex industrial processes by enabling more collaboration and productivity.
From wall and floor screens to four-sided caves and custom curved screens, today’s immersive VR technologies go far beyond standard head-mounted displays. And there’s still so much being developed. In our next industry event, we’re highlighting the powerful benefits of today’s VR systems, the use cases, and looking at new innovative technologies in the works.
Join the kick-off on December 8th
The educational session will include live demonstrations and virtual system walk-throughs. David Clark, director of Advanced Realtime Tracking, will join the session to provide in-depth expert insight into the benefits of VR tracking technology for engineering, manufacturing, ergonomics testing, training and more.
This knowledge-sharing session will bring together industry experts to discuss the evolution of VR technology and to demonstrate how it's used for specific functions across enterprises. Learn how different systems support different levels of immersion and collaboration. This technology could make all the difference in how effectively your company currently completes complex projects and processes.
Are you an expert and already working with these systems? Learn the newest industry trends, how to scale up your system, and get in touch with other experts. Are you new to VR and interested in exploring the possibilities? We're breaking down the use cases and benefits.
Virtual reality technology comes in many forms and sizes to achieve different purposes and meet certain requirements. Whether it's a fixed wall, floor, cave or remote setup, large-scale VR systems enable groups to visualise, communicate and experience complex data and information in an immersive 3D environment.
Large-scale VR systems are commonly used for design reviews, training and education, layout planning, operations and maintenance, sales and engagement, building digital twins and more. VR has become a key tool for accelerating a company's design and engineering process, and reducing the time and costs required, using virtual models instead of building physical ones. VR enables collaboration with remote stakeholders, fast and intelligent decision-making, and allows those involved in production to identify problems and risks earlier on. This is critical for industrial enterprises under increasing pressure to deliver faster and better.