Virtual reality (VR) firm Virtalis, who specialise in the application of VR and associated technologies for parctical business purposes such as research and design and has previously teamed with companies such as Rolls-Royce, AMRC, the British Geological Survey as well as other firms within the military and power sectors, has scooped a new award.
Virtalis, who were demonstrating their VR4CAD VR design tool, which is able to convert CAD models into fully realised 3D VR representations and allows for manipulation of the scene, scooped a prize from the organisers for best VR/AR technology on show at the World Smartphone and Mobile Terminal Industry Conference. Part of the annual state-sponsored China Processing Trade Products Fair, which celebrates innovation in technology at home and abroad.
“We are thrilled by this recognition for VR4CAD and how it is transforming the VR market. The awarding committee chose VR4CAD after evaluating its key features and benefits.” Explained David Xie, the representative of Virtalis’ partner Futureality -one of the key players behind the Chinese VR Alliance which VRFocus has previously reported on.
You can find out more about the work of Virtalis on their website. For more stories about China’s growing role in VR check out these stories and features.