How BMW uses virtual reality

April 10, 2019

Virtual reality? What can you do with it? You hear this question again and again, and the answer is: quite a lot. VR has long outgrown the field of games and movies and is used more and more for important things, for example by the German car manufacturer BMW. Modern industrial plants are more advanced than you might think. Many companies, among them from the automotive industry, also use Virtual Reality for very different things. BMW uses VR technology in these three areas.

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