Augmented and Virtual Reality
And How it Applies to Automated Material Handling Systems
Emulate3D models can be viewed, explored, and discussed using a variety of new systems that fall into two categories; Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR).
VR systems immerse users in a computer generated world where they can navigate and interact, viewing complex operations in a clear and convincing way. In VR systems which can connect to live models, this level of interaction can alter the way the modeled system behaves, which enhances the feeling of really "being there". Smartphone-based VR systems can show recordings of operating models but nonetheless include more features than video, as the camera position within the model can be altered by the user.
AR systems incorporate models into the real world by locating them precisely with respect to the real environment, giving the impression of solidity as viewers move around them. Because AR systems include the real environment, they offer great possibilities for demonstrating new solutions to others. Several viewers can move around and interact with the running model, while the dialogue between them continues.
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A true Augmented Reality device, the Hololens superimposes 3D content onto your local environment. Several viewers can be digitally tethered to view and discuss the same model.
The HTC Vive enables users to move around within a defined area and use handheld triggers to carry out manipulation tasks within the virtual world.
Samsung Gear VR
This phone-based solution is extremely mobile, and users can navigate models using a bluetooth controller. An excellent choice for trade shows and off-site meetings.
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