Virtual-Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
Planning and development of products, environments and
scenarios is often easier if they can be visualised. Complex processes become
more transparent and literally come alive. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
are valuable tools, especially for designers, engineers, architects, town
planners, medical engineers or technical staff working in the edutainment
Virtual Reality adds a tangible third dimension to
your planning, making it easier to understand what is going on. It immerses the
user in interactive virtual environments, allowing them to experience the
product or space as if they were real, so that they are able to solve critical
issues up front, before they rear their ugly heads as problems in the real
world. This helps you keep development costs down and enables you to work
rapidly and efficiently.
davit will plan the virtual environment for your project and will network the
relevant devices to create the required infrastructure.
Unlike virtual reality, where the user is completely
immersed in a virtual world, Augmented Reality focuses on displaying additional
virtual information within the real-world environment. It enhances images or
videos by inserting or overlaying additional computer-generated information or
virtual objects. AR has applications in almost every area of everyday
life. Engineers, for example, can have a visualisation of their next task
superimposed directly on their field of view, while designers can work on the
same 3D model with colleagues who are both physically and virtually present.
AR acts as an aid when carrying out complex operations
in the fields of construction, maintenance and medicine by displaying elements
that are not visible to the naked eye and providing the user with additional
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