Virtual Reality

VR Mikael Linked In 2020

"With Virtual Reality, we enable you to add an extra dimension to your simulation. With more details, the user becomes more focused and is able to improve further, finetuning his or her skills."

- Christian Döbeln, Operations Manager.

With the use of Tenstar simulators together with VR-headsets, we have, on several occasions, witnessed how experienced machine operators efficiently perform the most advanced of maneuvering. The physics and accurate machine behavior simply becomes reinforced when you enter the 3D environment.

VR helps the user activate their senses to become one with the situation and tasks. Our mission is to provide the right elements to unlock the feeling of becoming physically present in that non-physical world.
It's only when someone is entirely surrounded by the perfect combination of sound, motion, and world-class graphics that an immersive experience is possible.

And while students can improve their learning, teachers will also benefit a lot from combining simulation with VR. By merely using a VR-headset and two hand controls, teachers can enter the simulation and participate in the learning process. In this way, teachers can also improve productivity by viewing the students, vehicles, and machines from any angle they need.

When we ask one of our VR experts about what's to come, he's not too keen on giving us any of his secrets. But one thing's for sure - we're only at the very start of virtual reality and simulation:

"We put a lot of work and effort into how to future proof our simulators. That's been a big part of my work recently. To enable users to always have access to the best experience, and for the Tenstar Simulators to never stop evolving - this is just the beginning of VR."

- Mikael Wallin, Virtual Reality Software Engineer

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