Emulate3D Interactive Prototypes and Training Dynamic Digital Twins
All models built with Emulate3D products can be viewed in VR and MR headsets at the touch of a button. While this is a great way to demonstrate the solution, the real value in Virtual Reality is the high level of realistic interaction which can be achieved. Within the VR environment you can use the hand controllers to pick things up and position them, press buttons, pull levers, turn dials, and so on. Operators can be guided through different steps with information on virtual screens, videos, and even browsers running inside the VR environment. Users can interact with these browser-based HMIs, actioning controls like in the real world. VR-based training is used to minimise disruptions to production systems; operators can be trained on a broad range of situations in complete safety.