Force-feedback, also called “haptics”, is a very efficient interaction technology. It enables a physical interaction with virtual or remote objects. The IPSI connector option by TechViz is an interface between Haption IPSI engine and our software TechViz XL.
Create groups of objects in TechViz XL with the IPSI connector option…
…and change their position with the 6 Dimension force feedback via Haption technology!
TechViz IPSI Connector integrates the «Interactive Physics Simulation Interface» haptic toolkit into TechViz XL. This makes your haptic system and/or software compatible with your 3D models from Siemens teamcenter, PTC Creo and more than 200 3D applications supported by TechViz XL, for an immersive and complete interactive experience in Virtual Reality!
- Assembly simulation
- Ergonomic assessment
- Human validation
- 3D model visualization
- Fully immersive
- In real time
- No data conversion
Why use the IPSI connector option by TechViz?
Optimize your maintenance, train your team, review your projects, increase your competitiveness using force-feedback technology in a 3D environment.
Save time and cost! Force-feed back is used for simulating the operations necessary to manufacture product, long before the first prototype is built: thus, companies reduce technical risks and improve assembly processes.
- Simulate physics
- Haption system now compatible with more than 200 3D applications
- Reduce technical risks
- Improve assembly processes
- Validate and optimize maintenance operations
- Ideal for training
- Force feedback and collision simulation in your 3D model
How does it work?
It acts like an interface between the Haption IPSI engine and TechViz XL: TechViz XL is a driver displaying your 3D model directly from your desktop application into a virtual environment. Haption IPSI is a software library for physical simulation with force feedback developed by Haption in collaboration with CEA list.
Load data directly in your 3D application, no preparation required. Define your simulation interactively by choosing selected parts and start the IPSI simulation. Then, manipulate parts either with a tracked device or Haption haptic device.
Physics apply in real time: rigid body, unilateral and bilateral constraints …