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With this “Sector Innovating Virtual & Augmented Reality” project, partners and external organizations are guided in defining this added value in their current workflow. The project consists of two parts: a first part aimed at developing concrete proofs of concept where VR and AR technology is applied within the industrial sector and a second part aimed at a broader knowledge transfer for partners from other sectors.

"Sector Innovating Virtual & Augmented Reality Project"

With this “Sector Innovating Virtual & Augmented Reality” project, partners and external organizations are guided in defining this added value in their current workflow. The project consists of two parts: a first part aimed at developing concrete proofs of concept where VR and AR technology is applied within the industrial sector and a second part aimed at a broader knowledge transfer for partners from other sectors.

LATEST USE CASES

Virtual Reality Collaborative environment
With this concept we want to demonstrate the added value of collaborative training. Again using the Unity game engine, we can have two players, regardless of their physical location, working together in one virtual world. For the prototype, it was decided to let the users assemble a LEGO car together on the basis of a step-by-step plan and productivity tools. Within a professional context, remote training could be provided via this method, independent of the physical location of the users.
Model Based Tracking as communication tool
For this prototype, the model-based tracking technology was used to demonstrate the usefulness of the application as a communication tool within a production environment. As a replacement for written tree structure lists, various departments, such as quality check and repair, can display shortcomings on unique assembly pieces in a very visual way. In this way, operators can proceed to repair much faster instead of going over the quality check list manually and having to track down the errors.
Augmented Reality Model Based Tracking
Model-based tracking makes it possible to project augmented reality onto physical objects without the need for trackers or QR codes. This brings the great advantage that the space or physical objects do not have to be adjusted in order to project AR, but also that we can accurately pin the digital information to the physical elements. This prototype shows the potential of model-based tracking in the context of virtual training on physical parts. The user is guided step by step in the real life scenario about the correct assembly steps.

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SIVAR Slotevent

12/09/2018
The Level, Kortrijk, Belgium
With this “Sector Innovating Virtual & Augmented Reality” project, partners and external organizations are guided in defining this added value in their current workflow. The project consists of two parts: a first part aimed at developing concrete proofs of concept where VR and AR technology is applied within the industrial sector and a second part aimed at a broader knowledge transfer for partners from other sectors.