You have seen 3D rendering, digital twins, and videos, but you haven’t seen anything like this. Greg Demchank, Director of the Digital Innovation Lab at Bentely Systems, discusses how they have been developing and implementing this into real-life applications.

Combining Bentley’s powerful software like itwin combined with Unreal Engine, NVIDIA, and Oculus has been no easy task. The results are extraordinary. A fully immersive Virtual Reality experience in 4D (across time) of a large multinational energy project worth billions of dollars. Learn about this project for clean, sustainable energy and Bentley Systems’ role in the digital transformation into VR, AR, and XR as a vital component.

Models courtesy of ITER and Brigantium Engineering.


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