ArchiCave was a guest at the Institute for Digital Transformation at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences. The novel VR Cave was presented to an audience of decision-makers from medium-sized businesses and high-ranking representatives of science.
The guests in the Innovation Space came from a wide range of industries – from household appliance manufacturers and automotive suppliers to communications experts. ArchiCave also generated a great deal of interest among professors and students at the university. Regardless of whether they were SMEs or scientists – everyone who got involved in the virtual ArchiCave experience was amazed and delighted by the VR scenes from the fields of interior design, mechanical and plant engineering, architecture and automotive.
ArchiCave convinces as a smart cave solution
The VR Cave scored particularly well with its smart dimensions of around 4 m x 4 m x 3 m and the intensive immersion. This is especially supported by the innovative ArchiCave goggles. These VR goggles are the first transparent VR goggles and enable direct communication. So whole teams can be in the VR scenery at the same time and take a look into the future of their project together. An impression of this can be found under this LINK.
A highlight of the presentation was the keynote speech by ArchiCave CEO Adrian Drewes. Thereby it became clear which advantages a VR presentation with the VR goggles of ArchiCave offers compared to conventional head-mounted displays. The impulse lecture will soon be available on the HNU website.