VR – Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality (VR) is the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment. Unlike traditional user interfaces, VR places the user inside an experience.
Instead of viewing a screen in front of them, users are immersed and able to interact with 3D worlds. By simulating as many senses as possible, such as vision, hearing, touch, even smell, the computer is transformed into a gatekeeper to this artificial world. The only limits to near-real VR experiences is your imagination.
Why use it?
To reduce the amount of hours it would take to train users on a specific task. Our idea is to make a “game” out of the training experience. For example; operating a filling line for a Pharma company is a tough job, made even tougher when the line needs to be shut down in order to train technicians on the process. With VR, all you need is a room (2 meters by 1.5 meters), a high end PC/Laptop and a VR headset. The cost reduction on hours spent by SME’s providing training would be cut dramatically as the process would be developed with the aid of the SME’s. Updates can take place as often as needed, without having to re-create everything each time that you want to change the process.
What can it be used for?
Training on a complex process, task or as a tool to view proposed designs. VR can put you in the model, so you are fully immersed within the virtual world. It is
something that needs to be experienced to understand properly.
Pharma Training – VR
BIM USE – VR VISUALS & TRAINING POTENTIAL
All the 3D renders and 3D walkthoughs are nothing until you have experienced viewing a model in Virtual Reality. Through the use of the latest industry tools, we can create interactive VR walkthroughs of a proposed design, putting you inside the design before any construction work starts, giving a better understanding of your investment.
The benefits for VR are endless. It could be used for training equipment assemblies and have your own SME’s show how the equipment assembly comes apart and goes back together. This would be very beneficial for critical equipment that requires upgrade work during a shutdown. We could model the assembly and have the technicians view an interactive training simulation of how to the equipment is to be taken apart, replace the parts required and reassemble the equipment reducing shutdown times significantly. Or it could be used on a filling line to show the process without any downtime to equipment.
Today, VR can enable experiential learning by simulating real-world environments. Students can test their skills, record their work and interact with experts all within VR.
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