...in close collaboration with Renault’s VR and Immersive Simulation Center
The SkAT-VG project aims at developing technologies that use designers’ vocal or/and manual gestures to create a synthetic sound.
Today, a head or tail lamp has become a signature feature of a car, setting it apart from the rest, in fact sometimes a headlamp is the most distinctive and recognizable element of a car exterior.
The OPTIS new real time simulator technology VRXperience is fully physics based and takes into account both true lighting and human vision.
A unique partnership with the Hartree Centre at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s Daresbury (UK) to develop and demonstrate Virtual reality applications in support of UK industry.
SPEOS optical simulation software allows aerospace engineers to maximise pilots’ cockpit safety, especially in military applications where reduced internal and external lighting conditions are often required.
OPTIS has launched the Virtual Prototyping Solution for Automotive Headlamp for delivering any headlamp systems at the first try out using virtual prototype.