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Visualization in the Virtual Reality Age

A focus on manufacturing and engineering.

While 3D design tools have been around for a while, the consumerisation of VR is opening-up visualisation options at an unprecedented rate. Visualisation has evolved to a level that allows designers to produce photorealistic images of products in natural environments faster and with more accuracy, enabling even faster time-to-market and allowing customers to experience the product for themselves – and all without real-world prototyping and modelling costs.

This guide is designed to give you an overview of the latest developments in visualisation and introduce our new VR Centres of Excellence in Limerick, Cork, Paris, Frankfurt, Dubai, Santa Clara or Austin, where you can experience the benefits for yourself.

The possibilities across industries like engineering & manufacturing, media & entertainment, oil & gas, healthcare and finance are almost limitless, offering the ability to inspect a product, examine a location or inhabit an environment in real time from all angles – and overlay variable simulations – as if it were actually there in front of you. VR empowers design, engineering and technical professionals, enabling them to avoid the costs associated with physical models and accelerating time-to-market.

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