ResearchVR Podcast - The Science of Virtual Reality

021 - Making Factory Manufacturing efficient through Embodied Engineering

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Thanks everyone for tuning in to another episode of ResearchVR. Hope you enjoyed listening to it and learned something new.

The key concepts explained in this episode:

  • The underestimation of manufacturing planning in product lifecycle management
  • Embodied Engineering
  • Embodied Cognition
  • Interaction challanges for industrial use cases

Timo and Thomas, plus our dear co-host, Kris and Petr, spend last few weeks in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. In this episode we are also discussing the clash of German Stability vs San Francisco Speed.

Here are some links mentioned during our discussion:

  • Virtual Spice website: link
  • SALT AND PEPPER Software website: link
  • XMG Backtop Upload Video: link
  • XMG Backtop Article: link

Thanks to Timo Seggelmann and Thomas Schüler for sharing their expertise with us and our listeners. You can reach Timo via Twitter and Thomas via Twitter as well!

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We are three Cognitive Scientists discussing Virtual Reality and Cognitive Research, Industry News, and Design Implications! We actively research different aspects of the field, and are involved in various companies related to the topic of VR. With this podcast, we hope to use our commentary to bridge the gap between news and established science. We break down complex topics, discuss the current trends and their economical impacts, and broadcast our views on VR. Tune in and enjoy!

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