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  • 1. Virtual Reality System for Industrial Applications By: Shruti Seth
  • 2.
    • VR technologies provide:
    • Realistic representations of real world
    • 3D models available, so work is reduced
    • Provides more natural learning media
    Introduction
  • 3. How VR is different from CAD?
    • VR features:
    • Simulation Facilities
    • Interactivity
    • Simplicity
  • 4. From CAD to VR
    • CAD model must be organized in functions of objects
    • - Steps in transformation:
    • . Interchange File Format
    • . Interactive Model
    • . Output File Format
  • 5.
    • Native File Format
    • IGES
    • STEP
    Interchange File Format Transform to VR oriented file format using EonCAD tool
  • 6. Interactive Model
  • 7. Output File Format
    • VRML
    • X3D
  • 8. Implementation
    • Eon Professional
    • Open Source
  • 9. To summarize
  • 10. References
    • Grigore C. Burdea, Philippe Coiffet. Virtual Reality Technology . Wiley- IEEE Press; 2 edition (2003)
    • David Martínez Oliveira, Sandra Castro Cao, Xulio Fernández Hermida, “Virual Reality Applications”. University of Vigo
    • Autodesk Ltd. "3D-Studio File Format (.3ds)". 1997
    • Russell M. Taylor II. “Virtual Reality Peripheral Network”. University of North California
  • 11. Thank you