Simulated worlds through 3D visualization
The modern world is hardly imaginable without simulations: cars and planes can be developed in a resource-saving manner, new drugs are modeled and tested on the computer and weather forecasts become more reliable due to complex models. The ability to accurately model and simulate the real world and make predictions from it is a crucial factor in the modern industry.
One application example is the simulation and visualization of production processes: Due to the increasing individualization of products and increasingly shorter product cycles, the optimization of set-up and turnaround times is the potential for cost reduction. With multi, the processes of individual process steps are recorded and simulated in 3d. The modeling of the plants and their processes allows to make guaranteed statements. Using the three-dimensional representation of simulations and verification, a visual inspection of the plants and their processes can be carried out, which allows a quick assessment of the planning. Interactive Training scenarios on a virtual 3d model can still be carried out during the conversion of the system.
The “Simulated reality” research area uses very large, highly detailed 3d models to model interesting scenarios, such as complex production lines, ancient cities or biological cells. Thanks to supercomputers and modern visualization programs, coloured 3-D graphics, dynamic models and animations now show at a glance what the abstract number columns of the pure computational results could hardly-if at all-convey.