Maturing virtual reality tech spurs new automotive use cases

Imagine what it would mean if you could see virtual designs in high fidelity and interact without controllers, writes Megan Lampinen

Advances in virtual reality (VR) promise to revamp traditional automotive engineering and design processes. Instead of reviewing a clay model of a prototype vehicle, designers can put on a VR headset to view a life-sized replica which duplicates every aspect down to the writing on the fuel gauge, the texture of the materials and the sheen of the paint job….

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