Virtual Reality (VR) environments have the potential to assist and enhance user’s learning experience:

Studies have indicated that Virtual Reality (VR) environments have the potential to assist and enhance user’s learning experience. In a VR environment, users have the opportunity to navigate, visualize and have meaningful interaction with computer generated models. This can reduce or eliminate physical trainings in laboratories or construction sites which normally require prior arrangements, permission, and onsite safety issues to be addressed first.

The overall goal of this proposal for the consortium will be to design and develop a virtual reality (VR) enabled training program for personnel in the field of non-destructive testing sector.

The project encourages innovation, creativity and transnational cooperation through the transfer of innovation and a sustainable exploitation of the results obtained within the partnership.

Living Lab laboratories
can be set up as a network
of laboratories.

Living Lab Laboratories and Transnational VR Platform:

Real Living Labs, relevant to the project themes, will be found in each project partner country.

These laboratories are generally equipped with various equipment necessary for non-destructive examination and a range of other equipment and consumables for structural analysis, mechanical testing, etc.

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VRVET • Latest news about the project:

The project will be focused on the design, development and use of a transnational virtual reality platform and a network of specific Living Lab laboratories (virtual, real) that will be used by project partners and companies/institutions that carry out activities in the field of the project, from the project partner countries.

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Project Press Release #1

Posted May 28th, 2024

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