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Real-Time Visual Ergonomics Application

Real-Time Visual Ergonomics Application

OPTIS' real-time Visual Ergonomics (RTVE) application enhances its industry standard Visual Ergonomics solution. This software corrects reflection and visibility problems early in a vehicle's design process. Using OPTIS's unique physics and physiology-based rendering SPEOS VE3 solution, customers are able to analyze and measure both the ergonomic criteria and perceived quality of any user-machine interface. This solution helps designers to optimize and improve any form of driver or operator position, or aircraft cockpit, by choosing better materials, illuminate buttons and displays to cope with the environmental light conditions during the drive, flight or operation of a machine. This software solution is used throughout the design process to study the vision and visibility for different driver positions depending on size and seating configuration, helping to avoid potentially dangerous reflections for the driver.

OPTIS's RTVE application allows the user to visualize the complete workspace / cockpit interactively and simultaneously, moving in real-time from any point of view. This allows a designer to detect then isolate problem areas such as distracting reflections, sun glare and other visual problems in the cockpit. This solution allows the designer to consider all points of view in seconds before analyzing selected points of interest in the SPEOS VE3 solution.

Real-Time Visual Ergonomics Application
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