An ldquoaugmented realityrdquo developer at AMRCrsquos Integrated Manufacturing Group positions a holographic image of a robot with his finger using Microsoftrsquos HoloLens technology

An “augmented reality” developer at AMRC’s Integrated Manufacturing Group positions a holographic image of a robot with his finger, using Microsoft’s HoloLens technology.

Actual Progress in Virtual Reality is Making the Real World Better

AMRC is a living example of digital manufacturing in action, and bringing new casting technologies into production Ti melting, casting Optimizing production sequences Seeing and moving holograms

Metalcasters never stop trying to improve their production processes, or to optimize their operations. Often, the ideas they study or propose start out as so-called “blank sheet” exercises, the sorts of collaborative projects that establish ideal scenarios for development in which cost or space or other limitations do not limit their ambitions. There are even examples of entirely idealized metalcasting operations being developed in the “virtual space,” either as a guideline to greenf

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