A recent report explores how immersive technologies, including virtual and augmented reality, are being used across many different industrial sectors across the globe, including manufacturing in the areas of construction, aerospace, and oil and gas.
Press Release: CAD MicroSolutions Enables Innovation with New Additive Manufacturing Customer Experience Centre in Toronto
CAD MicroSolutions opened the doors to its new Toronto head office in July 2018, featuring the first CAD MicroSolutions Customer Experience Centre. The new facility will serve as a dynamic lab space, showcasing technology innovations in additive manufacturing, virtual and augmented reality and design automation, offering customers the ability to see, touch and interact with the technology driving Industry 4.0.
Businesses often think that a basic headset and computer make for a complete Virtual Reality station, but in my experience, that isn’t necessarily the case. A good, comfortable VR experience is a key driver for Enterprise adoption of VR. Here are some of the VR accessories that I have found to be most useful: