Immersive Room: take your 3D models to the next level
Dive into your own 3D data inside an immersive room
An immersive room is an interactive virtual reality space where each of the surfaces – the walls, floor, and ceiling – act as projection screens to create a highly immersive experience. It’s like having a window into your 3D model, where you can walk around, manipulate, and examine the virtual objects from different angles, providing a more complete understanding of your CAD data.
TechViz XL is a professional-grade 3D visualization software tailored for engineering, compatible with +200 software like Catia, Creo or Navisworks. With TechViz, the viewer can visualize a 3D model in VR – even large-scale ones – in an immersive room.
A multi-faceted virtual environment
Real-life applications of immersive rooms with TechViz software
VR mock-up for conception and design
Showcase your CAD model to your teams and stakeholders to evaluate design and make changes before starting production. This can save costs and resources, and help to solve potential issues before they happen.
Complex data visualization and understanding
An image is worth ten thousand words. Being completely immersed in your 3D data helps you analyze how each one connects and interact – especially with datasets coming from different CAD applications.
Specialized training simulation
Create virtual simulations of training scenarios that can be too expensive, too dangerous, or impossible to do in real life. VR training helps workers learn better and faster than with traditional methods – even for specialized skills.
Immersive room vs Virtual reality headsets
Both immersive rooms and head-mounted displays are technologies that are used to create completely immersive virtual reality experiences. However, there are key differences between the two that may make one a better fit for your specific use case. The choice between one virtual reality technology or the other highly depends on what your organization wants to achieve.
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How an immersive room works
An immersive room relies on a combination of high-end visualization technologies to create a highly-realistic and interactive virtual and augmented reality environment:
High-resolution projectors or LED walls are used to display 3D models on the different sides
Users wear special glasses that display different images to each eye, creating the illusion of depth and three-dimensionality.
Cameras and sensors are placed in the room to track the movements of users and adjust the projections to match the user’s perspective.
Users interact with the VR models using a variety of input devices such as VR controllers, tracking gloves, joysticks, or other devices.
TechViz Lab features
- 3D Visualization Software TechViz XL by TechViz
- Workstations DELL Precision 3650 equipped with NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPUs
- Projection powered by Christie, 4 mirage M series
- Integration by Antycip Simulation
- Tracking system ARTTRACK 5 and navigation device Flystick 2 supplied by ART
- Screens and structure supplied by Da-lite
- Virtual reality glasses and emitters supplied by Volfoni