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+ - Ford's Virtual Reality Gives Engineers X-Ray Vision, Aids Design

cartechboy writes: Facebook bought OculusVR and the world tilted a little on its axis. But good old Ford has been using VR all along without much fanfare. VR tech effectively gives Ford engineers X-ray vision, so they can — virtually — see through a vehicle's structure, which helps to design mechanical hardware, and spot issues with designs that might interfere with vehicle "hard points." Ford's engineers also use VR headsets to check out exterior and interior designs of cars that don't exist in the physical world — at least not yet. Team members walk around virtual cars to preview designs, or "get in" to check if interior layouts will work in the real world.
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Ford's Virtual Reality Gives Engineers X-Ray Vision, Aids Design

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