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Using virtual reality and 3D industrial numerical models for immersive interactive checklists

Abstract : At the different stages of the PLM, companies develop numerous checklist-based procedures involving prototype inspection and testing. Besides, techniques from CAD, 3D imaging, animation and virtual reality now form a mature set of tools for industrial applications. The work presented in this article develops a unique framework for immersive checklist-based project reviews that applies to all steps of the PLM. It combines immersive navigation in the checklist, virtual experiments when needed and multimedia update of the checklist. It provides a generic tool, independent of the considered checklist, relies on the integration of various VR tools and concepts, in a modular way, and uses an original gesture recognition. Feasibility experiments are presented, validating the benefits of the approach.
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Philippe Fillatreau, Jean-Yves Fourquet, Romain Le Bolloc'H, Simon Cailhol, Adrien Datas, et al.. Using virtual reality and 3D industrial numerical models for immersive interactive checklists. Computers in Industry, Elsevier, 2013, vol. 64, pp. 1253-1262. ⟨10.1016/j.compind.2013.03.018⟩. ⟨hal-00930232⟩



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