Aircraft engine VR


Presentation of an object (aircraft turbine) with its elements and mechanisms, to be disassembled and reassembled and train specialists.

Applied technologies:

C ++, UE4, 3D, CAD


HTC Vive, HTC Vive Pro, Oculus Rift

Commercial use:

Virtual Reality technology achieves a high level of immersion in an environment and of interaction with a virtually exposed object using its hands via Leap Motion technology, instead of joysticks. The virtual manipulation of complex VR equipment and mechanisms contributes heavily to the accelerated learning of how to operate and repare complex mechanisms. It gives the opportunity to interact with this material in real time, as if faced with a real situation.

This category of VR products is more intended towards organizations, companies and structures that need to train their staff and continue the ongoing training of their internal specialists. VR makes it possible to accelerate and flexibilize training and enrich it by modeling various dangerous situations that are difficult to test in real-life exercises. In addition, this category of VR presentations can also be used to facilitate the sale of new solutions and products (even when at the design stage) in the fields of industry and engineering, by actually modeling prototypes, or simply not available, models .