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Join industry experts in automotive and heavy equipment design for a 50-minute discussion to learn how they are exploring ways to use Holodeck and VR in general to integrate new tools into their product development environments. Our panel will discuss VRs potential to evolve the automotive and equipment design processes. Learn how professionals are using Holodeck to bridge the gap between visualization, prototyping, and global collaboration. Get the latest information how VR will expand use cases, overcome industry challenges, and how Holodeck and AI can potentially improve quality and decision making in tomorrows design environment.
Join industry experts in automotive and heavy equipment design for a 50-minute discussion to learn how they are exploring ways to use Holodeck and VR in general to integrate new tools into their product development environments. Our panel will discuss VRs potential to evolve the automotive and equipment design processes. Learn how professionals are using Holodeck to bridge the gap between visualization, prototyping, and global collaboration. Get the latest information how VR will expand use cases, overcome industry challenges, and how Holodeck and AI can potentially improve quality and decision making in tomorrows design environment.  Back
 
Topics:
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
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Panel
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8920
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In the field of virtual engineering and design, countless application scenarios for interactive visualization exist. Huge diversity in the kind of data that needs to be handled -- construction data straight out of CAD solutions, results obtained through structural mechanics simulation or fluid dynamics data -- intersects with an ever increasing number of use cases ranging from engineering reviews, exploratory simulation for digital twin or HybridTwin (TM) up to physically based high-quality rendering. Virtual reality's full potential as an environment for collaboration, communication, and decision taking is enabled today by a complex, heterogeneous hardware landscape with output devices as diverse as HMDs, CAVEs, or even mobile streaming clients. We'll talk about how these challenges have been addressed in the design and implementation of the Helios rendering architecture, which serves as the underlying visualization engine in various ESI products and projects. First, we'll have a closer look at the structure and inner workings of Helios, before we demonstrate the benefits of ESI's Helios visualization system through practical examples.
In the field of virtual engineering and design, countless application scenarios for interactive visualization exist. Huge diversity in the kind of data that needs to be handled -- construction data straight out of CAD solutions, results obtained through structural mechanics simulation or fluid dynamics data -- intersects with an ever increasing number of use cases ranging from engineering reviews, exploratory simulation for digital twin or HybridTwin (TM) up to physically based high-quality rendering. Virtual reality's full potential as an environment for collaboration, communication, and decision taking is enabled today by a complex, heterogeneous hardware landscape with output devices as diverse as HMDs, CAVEs, or even mobile streaming clients. We'll talk about how these challenges have been addressed in the design and implementation of the Helios rendering architecture, which serves as the underlying visualization engine in various ESI products and projects. First, we'll have a closer look at the structure and inner workings of Helios, before we demonstrate the benefits of ESI's Helios visualization system through practical examples.  Back
 
Topics:
Real-Time Graphics, Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8433
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Immersive Visualization has become an integral part of Caterpillar''s global product development process. The technology allows for human-machine interaction to be evaluated prior to physical prototypes being built and provides engineers with greater insight into the products they are designing. This talk will provide an overview of immersive visualization, will discuss how immersive visualization can aid product development, and will cover some lessons learned from Caterpillar''s global deployment of the technology.

Immersive Visualization has become an integral part of Caterpillar''s global product development process. The technology allows for human-machine interaction to be evaluated prior to physical prototypes being built and provides engineers with greater insight into the products they are designing. This talk will provide an overview of immersive visualization, will discuss how immersive visualization can aid product development, and will cover some lessons learned from Caterpillar''s global deployment of the technology.

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Topics:
AEC & Manufacturing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2013
Session ID:
S3512
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