eyevis presented its entire portfolio for demanding simulation applications at ITEC 2016 in London and placed great importance on the displays’ closeness to reality, which lays the foundation for successful training.
Particularly in VR applications, the visual displays with the DLP® projectors of the ESP series convinced many spectators with their flexibility. With different optics, they can be optimised for every projection surface. In the screening room of the exhibition stand, they gave proof of their outstanding image quality, including during a night visual simulation.
“Our projector and display solutions offer utterly realistic images,” stated Christoph Pfäffle, Sales Manager for VR/Simulation at eyevis. “ITEC has proven once again to be one of the key events, where we present these solutions.”
Realistic motion simulations
Together with the company Buck Engineering & Consulting GmbH, eyevis presented a robot-assisted motion simulator, which can perform realistic simulations. The simulator contained eyevis’ ESP-LWXT-1000 projectors with innovative dome optics and it was equipped with an arm with a great scope of motion, which simulated real movements and inverted flight.
The eyevis highlights at ITEC 2016: