Addressing the challenges of automotive & aircraft trim

OPTIS releases OMS2 2018—Latest software and hardware capabilities help designers deliver safer, more aesthetic and appealing exterior and interior trims.

November 21st, 2017 | OPTIS group

OMS 2018

Color and material teams are now able to design more innovative interior and exterior trims by quickly and efficiently exploring many creative concepts: the core of the new version of OMS2 – OPTIS’ hardware and software to test multiple materials and color possibilities to create the best design -  is to maintain cost and time effectiveness while offering the best possible design for every passenger.

« CREATING A UNIQUE MATERIAL »

The new OPTIS’ Virtual Lighting Box, integrated into the software, answers the growing demand for digital materials. 

 

 “With the latest VR technologies, you can now visualize and interact with your digital material as with a real one. Your eyes will not catch the difference!” 

said Nicolas Dalmasso, Innovation Director at OPTIS.

ADDING TEXTURE TO VIRTUAL MATERIALS

Thanks to OPTIS latest developments, especially around the Real Appearance R&D project, - meant to build a bridge between the design and the engineering communities, that enables a smooth and continuous workflow from first creative concept stage to accurate specifications and validation; all in a single working environment - automotive and aerospace designers can also handle very complex materials with a highly accurate definition. 

"With this new version, you can even visualize dust on a desk, finger marks on touch devices or velvet hairs in real-time,”

added Nicolas Dalmasso. 

 

 

This comes with the compatibility with VIZOO’s xTex acquisition device that, in combination with the OMS2 scanning device, brings the virtual material experience to the highest level of accuracy and creativity.”

 

EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF MATERIAL SCIENCE IMPACTING PRODUCT DESIGN

OPTIS will present the latest software and hardware capabilities of OMS2 during the Lighting, Materials & Design Conference 2017. The OPTIS Team and many other material, design and color specialists will be gathering on November 22nd on the barge “La Belle Vallée” in Paris, for technology sessions in optical research, material science and design integration of advanced concept.

 

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Further bridging the gap between design and engineering

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