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Smarter product information with augmented reality

Smarter product information with augmented reality
A new collaborative venture is being launched by Semcon with XMReality, to enhance the user experience of product information with the help of augmented reality (AR). Through smart visualisation, it will be easier for service technicians to get the right information and thereby more effectively solve problems.
19th September 2018

AR tools to help health care workers save lives

AR tools to help health care workers save lives
Purdue University researchers have developed an approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians around the world to help less-experienced doctors in war zones, natural disasters and in rural areas perform complicated procedures. “The most critical challenge is to provide surgical expertise into the battlefield when it is most required,” said Juan Wachs, Purdue’s James A. and Sharon M. Tompkins Rising Star Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering, who led the project team.
7th September 2018

Discover virtual worlds with a light foot

Discover virtual worlds with a light foot
  VR enthusiasts have the chance to break into virtual worlds on their own feet, run around in games, storm forward or get to safety, at gamescom in Cologne from 21st to 25th August 2018 in Hall 10.1, Stand B070.
10th August 2018


The tangible benefits of VR are so broad, they're beyond tangible

The tangible benefits of VR are so broad, they're beyond tangible
Amidst all the hype and wide eyed growth predicted for virtual reality, it's often difficult for stakeholders to decide which of its two words to focus on. In this article, Joseph Zulick, Manager at MRO Electric and Supply, explores questions such as whether VR will deliver only indirect, 'virtual' benefits to businesses or direct, tangible benefits that become bottom-line reality. 
8th August 2018

Engaging scenario simulation for life support training

Engaging scenario simulation for life support training
It’s safe to say that Virtual Reality (VR), has progressed well beyond being purely the next generation of gaming technology. As fun and enjoyable as that realm certainly is, with its infinite possibilities (anyone who has seen Ready Player One will know what I mean), the technology has now opened up to a host of other more practical applications.
30th July 2018

Virtual reality and servo motors: a dynamic partnership

Virtual reality and servo motors: a dynamic partnership
Nowadays servo motors are used not only in industry and mechanical engineering, but also in innovative areas such as Virtual Reality. In this context, word of KOLLMORGEN's high performance motor and drive technology has spread as far as India. 
27th July 2018

Bringing mindfulness to virtual reality

Bringing mindfulness to virtual reality
So much stress! Fast-paced lifestyles could lead to the pressure of being constantly on the top of your game by staying connected and updated. As a result, you may feel fatigued, frustrated, as well as suffer from headaches, muscle tension, and irritability. In order to help you achieve a more relaxed and coherent state, Merlin Digital, an electronics and digital technology company based in Dubai, launched IntelliSense.
25th July 2018

Improving road safety for cyclists

Improving road safety for cyclists
As increasing numbers of people get on their bikes, flashpoints between drivers and cyclists are an all-too frequent sight in Europe’s cities. And while infrastructure that keeps different road users apart struggles to keep pace, Ford is launching a new campaign designed to help improve safety and reduce pollution and congestion.
24th July 2018

Drug and material discoveries to be untangled in VR

Drug and material discoveries to be untangled in VR
A joint team of computer science and chemistry researchers, in collaboration with developers at Bristol based start-up Interactive Scientific and Oracle Corporation, have used Oracle's public cloud infrastructure to combine real-time molecular simulations with the latest virtual reality technology. This collaboration has made it possible for researchers to reach out and ‘touch’ molecules as they move - folding them, knotting them, plucking them and changing their shape to test how they interact.
16th July 2018

VR takes you on a stroll through Queen Nefertari’s beautiful tomb

VR takes you on a stroll through Queen Nefertari’s beautiful tomb
Years on from the first time someone had the idea to put a sarcophagus in an MRI instead of cracking it open and sacrificing preservation for historical knowledge, something similar has finally been thought up again, this time, for Queen Nefertari’s tomb. 
12th July 2018


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European Microwave Week 2018
23rd September 2018
Spain Ifema Feria De Madrid
Connected World Summit 2018
25th September 2018
United Kingdom Printworks, London
IoT Solutions World Congress 2018
16th October 2018
Spain Barcelona
Engineering Design Show 2018
17th October 2018
United Kingdom Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Maintec 2018
6th November 2018
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