Marshalltown, Iowa – This past spring, Mechdyne hosted “Virtual Reality Technology for SMART Manufacturing,” a free webinar that covered general insights about virtual reality (VR) applications in the manufacturing industry. Following the webinar, Mechdyne received several requests to provide more technical details specific to those VR applications, including the different types of VR, use cases, content creation, and how to implement VR in manufacturing processes. As a result, Mechdyne will host a follow-up webinar, “A Deeper Dive into Virtual Reality Technology for SMART Manufacturing.”
On September 19th, 2018, at 11 AM CDT, Mechdyne’s senior solutions consultant, Jeff Brum, will host a free webinar that takes a deeper dive into ways that VR can add value to manufacturing workflows and talk through:
- VR defined and display options
- The value of motion tracking
- Converting CAD models into VR
- Implementation considerations
- Use cases and return on investment
|“Feedback from our previous, high-level webinar is the basis for this more detailed review of components and considerations regarding VR technology,” says Brum. “Display options, content requirements, and ROI considerations will all be expanded upon in this webinar.”
Mechdyne Corporation is a broad-based technology partner specializing in audiovisual and information technologies (AV/IT), visualization and software solutions, immersive virtual reality technologies, and technical support services. We address complex projects where an in-depth understanding of user requirements leads to the development of customized solutions involving elements of display, graphics computing, software, and professional services.
Headquartered in Marshalltown, Iowa, Mechdyne serves a global client base that includes leading government laboratories, university and research centers, energy, aerospace, manufacturing, and medical organizations, as well as any other user of advanced technology.