VR Robotics Simulator (PC)

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Fecha de salida

Abril 25, 2018

SOs compatibles

Windows

HMDs compatibles

Forma de juego

VR Robotics Simulator is an engineering tool used for industrial robot simulation, design, layout, rapid prototyping and reach analysis built exclusively for the HTC Vive.

With VR Robotics Simulator, you can build a robotic cell and program your robot within minutes. You can conduct reach studies to select the correct size and type of robot arm, choose the best positioning equipment for your application and use it as a sales tool to help customers visualize solutions. Using VRRS you can:

- Browse a large selection of pre-configured robotic work cells from the Selection Hall. This will allow you to examine these different work cells in detail and develop an appreciation for their relative size and capabilities.

- Cells include robot arms designed to be equivalent to arms from ABB, Fanuc, KUKA, Motoman and Universal Robotics. Includes a variety of 6 axis manipulators and delta robots.

- Cells include a variety of single and multi-axis positioners such as headstocks, tilt/rotate, skyhook, drop center, H frames, ferris wheels, floor/ceiling tracks, and multi-axis gantries.

- Generate a robot cell using a basic Robot Cell Variant Configurator, or build a cell from the ground up in real time. Save your creations for later use.

- Experiment with several different tooling options such as arc welding, spot welding and vacuum suction cups.

- Import CAD models in Wavefront format (.OBJ) and attach the models to positioner faceplates for conducting reach studies.

- Learn about robotics and how to operate VRRS from the Training Room. This will cover basic robotics concepts, how to operate the various arms and positioners in VRRS, and how to construct your own robot cells.

Immerse yourself in the world of industrial robots and interact with your creations in Virtual Reality!

Desarrolladores

MindRend Technologies

Enlaces

Steam

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