An Immersive virtual reality system allows users to:
- Analyze spatially-related data
- Feel the 3D model floating in space, while still seeing their hands and other people
- Focus on data with a fully integrated display, software, computing and support solution
- Navigate in life-sized environments
Typical Immersive Room set up
A typical Immersive Room set up includes the following equipment:
- Rear projection walls
- Tracking sensors in the walls
- Down projection floor
Immersive Room users wear a pair of VR glasses which display a 3D image via a process known as stereoscopy. The 3D effect is rendered by displaying two images – one per eye – which allows the brain to interpret the depth of the objects. With the help of a tracking system which records the person’s actions inside a Immersive Room, the point of view of the user is defined to display the images with the right perspective.
TechViz XL Virtual Prototyping Software
Thanks to TechViz XL, a VR software, the users will be able to navigate within their 3D models in 1:1 scale and visualize their product before it is actually built. Easy and flexible, TechViz XL can display more than 250 3D modelling applications without data conversion. Working like a driver, TechViz XL displays applications such as Siemens NX, Autodesk, CATIA V5 or V6 (now 3DExperience), PTC, Intergraph, Aveva, Unity by just starting the application and loading the model.