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Ford Virtual Tour CAVE Part 6-6 Marketing & Questions

Posted by geeknews at 11:38 AM on May 28, 2010

When you see a Ford commercial or brochure you may be looking at a Virtual image. Yes even the reflections are Virtual. Check out how they design car scenes in the sphere. Virtual Reality at it’s best with over 760 cores of computing power to make it look as real as real.

Ford Virtual Reality Tour CAVE 5-6 Digital Paint

Posted by geeknews at 11:35 AM on May 28, 2010

When it comes to color selection inside and outside the car, no need to run out and get Fabric swaths. The folks at Ford now can digitally paint a vehicle to a unbelievable level of detail. See how virtual tools have changed how cars from Ford are manufactured today.

Ford Virtual Reality Tour CAVE Part 4-6 Showcase

Posted by geeknews at 11:30 AM on May 28, 2010

In this segment of our tour of the CAVE lab they show us how they showcase vehicles to the executives of Ford to make decisions on final designs of vehicles and competitor comparisons.

Ford Virtual Reality Tour CAVE Part 3-6 uDrive

Posted by geeknews at 11:25 AM on May 28, 2010

Ford Motor Company in their CAVE Lab can virtually drive their cars before bolt one tightened. As you will see in this segment their is no limit to CG virtual reality in building cars

Ford Virtual Reality Tour CAVE Part 2 Digital Sketching

Posted by geeknews at 11:21 AM on May 28, 2010

This is Part 2 of the visit to Ford Motor Company CAVE. In this segment they show how digital sketching is saving time in designing cars that you will be driving tomorrow. Fascinating on how Ford is leading the way in Digital car design.

Ford Virtual Reality Tour CAVE Pt 1 Introduction

Posted by geeknews at 11:17 AM on May 28, 2010

I am going to post the tour we had at the Cave Automated Virtual Environment lab in six separate sections. The audio on these are a little low as the speaker was in a big room not on a microphone. Within the CAVE the engineers and Ford executives can go over every inch of a cars design in a virtual space before every turning bolt one.