If you think Virtual Reality has restricted itself to gaming, here’s a reality check on technological progress. The Virtual Reality never fails to marvel me with the astounding speed it is taking over different industries, and all for good.
3D modeling and visual simulation are all geared up to grab a permanent seat around you. Are you aware?
The 5 Ways Virtual Reality is Promoting Our Engineers & Architects Towards Progress
1) The sketch models of the under-progress constructions can be immediately witnessed as accomplished buildings through virtual reality construction simulation. This has immense benefits for different users. The constructors, i.e. the engineers & the architects can visualize how the building design will look. It is also a smart way to show the investors how the completed projects will look. Since the technology also enables the user for physical interaction, your clients can use the electronic hardware to get a hang of the structure & design.
2) The Virtual tours in buildings can happen anytime, anywhere. The pro thing is that the whole process gets more affordable. How reasonable is it to make the structural changes in a building after it is completed! Quite a hassled experience, isn’t it? The great part is that everyone can be on the same page before the construction springs up.
3) Railways are the backbone of an economy. A strong network of railways drives the economy by empowering the working and the studying class. Mapping, prototyping, and building work become more realistic and futuristic when the ideas are conceptualized with help from Virtual Reality. Getting the projects passed and mapping the estimated cost – everything becomes streamlined. This is an inevitable virtual reality engineering application.
4) The automobile market where so many products fail in the testing phase for not meeting the safety standards can benefit productively from the virtual reality engineering software incorporation. Rather than approving the designs and then developing the vehicles, it would make a lot more sense if those are tested previously & then prototyped.
5) In general, there is a lot of equipment that engineers and architects will get their hands on, for the first time. Now, one can not be a pro and operate these like an experienced. Some of these might also have a no-error protocol where one mistake is a question of life and death. A safe and economical way to allow the employees ace up their jobs is to let them operate such equipment in a safe and protected, besides being economical virtual world.
Virtual reality engineering jobs means engineers with advanced knowledge & architects with better conceptualization. With a sense of depth that VR offers, the thin line between real & virtual can vanish.
Dr. Sana Farid is the Co-Founder and CEO for Munfarid Consulting, Sana is determined to work persistently to enhance the education system thru adapting modern techniques including the use of latest technology. Sana is keen to embed in-depth fervor in learners to excel towards self-reliance and gratification, and become exquisite professionals. An award-winning speaker and trainer, Dr. Sana has been involved with various entities at all levels from strategic alliances to extensive program engagements. Helping to build roadmaps and structured educational programs for government, private and corporates. Sana has been conducting workshops since 2016 covering topics such as Virtual Reality Education in Schools, Assistive Technology and effective use of Virtual Reality for Corporates. She is a native Arab speaker and fluent in English. You can follow her twitter @drsanafarid