This year we are presenting our HTC Vive-based virtual tour, where attendees can put on a VR headset and be led around a running model. This is a great step forward for automation equipment manufacturers, integrators, and end users as the virtual world can be shared by the tour leader and one or more others who could be in distant offices. Those who are being led can look around, ask questions, and even physically move within the area delineated by the Vive lighthouses, but the teleported moves from place to place are taken care of for them by the tour leader. Wherever the guide goes, the others follow automatically.
Don’t miss the guided tour of the largest material handling system at PROMAT this year! Click here to watch.
Without a doubt this year’s PROMAT will see more VR headsets than ever before, but Emulate3D remains the only industrial modeling system featuring realistic interaction with loads and equipment due to the physics-based world within which your models exist. Keep your fingers crossed for the Innovation Award, and we hope to see you at the show!