#019 ART Advanced Realtime Tracking - Andreas Werner
The automotive and manufacturing industries have huge incentives to simulate their parts and how the manufacturing process due to the high cost of the machinery. Another concern is for worker comfort and associated healthcare ergonomics involved in the manufacturing process. We speak with Andreas Werner of Advanced Realtime Tracking to learn how his tracking research is used in the R&D process for a variety of verticals.
0'00": 19 years of Advanced Realtime Tracking
2'00": What type of tracking markers are used?
2'30": 6 degrees of freedom headset attachment for 3 DOF headset
3'25": Motion sensor handset made for Volkswagen
4'55": Using VR to simulate manufacturing an engine before the machine and tools are built.
6'40": Using tracking for including real parts in a simulation.
7'32": Andrea’s favorite use case: Visibility studies such as driving a car through a simulated city.
9'15" What are some untapped industries that aren’t using Virtual Reality?
Music by Rachel Dziezynski
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