Virtual Reality is not a new world – it’s an extension of ours. Writing a code for all accessible googles, we can develop for example a training program for industrial workers, saving thousands of dollars in HR money and millions of dollars in a lawsuit. You can also use VR to plan production of factories, plants and entire product lines. Balfour Beatty Rail uses VR engineering for planning and prototyping. Ford utilizes VR to enhanced manufacturing, therefore improving design phase of vehicles. Siemens’ Digital Factory designs and manufactures speed drives for motors.
We can also do video games and non-industrial VR applications for mass commercial use.
CSHARK is working with Knights of Unity to expand the limits of a known reality.