Earlier today VRFocus published a feature regarding the various different terms and technology in the wearables space. These of course contained the three terms we use most here on the website virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR), and throughout the week we do our best to bring you news on all three. As each of have their different uses in entertainment and, of course, also in industry.
Understanding how each can play their part is, of course, one of the challenges and opportunities of the technology and it’s something that Theorem Solutions are looking to address in a forthcoming, one day, two-part seminar on ‘Digital Realities in Engineering and Manufacturing’ to be held at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry, UK on Wednesday 7th June 2017.
Comprising of two half-day seminars sessions are set to include discussion on the positioning of the industry and it’s financial needs, how existing technology can help with CAD and related businesses now and also in the future. As well as demonstrations of all three technologies in action, with the HTC Vive and Microsoft Hololens in use for VR and MR respectively.
Interested parties can register and find out more information at the Theorem.com website. VRFocus will be bringing you more news and information on tech events involving AR, VR and MR soon.