CEAT has been involved in several projects where our responsibility was collecting complex physics engine information from Augmented reality systems and transforming that information into real world movement.
The interaction between human and machine in this application was made complicated by the hazards involved including electromechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic actuation along with high speed moving parts, as well as proximity to personnel in training. For this reason a complex and intuitive safety system with certified safety circuits incorporated by CEAT had to be implemented to ensure the safety of all involved along with the efficiency of the system and not sacrificing any of the performance.
Reaction time from VR to real world is measured in milliseconds so hardware and software had to be strategically sourced and applied to various aspects of the project to prevent unwanted lag between the VR environment and real world movement. With the assistance of our distribution partners and thousands of hours of R&D, CEAT and its partners were able to have a large role in development of this system and it is being used in Augmented reality motion training services worldwide.