This video goes into virtual reality applications, and provides a demonstration of how it's used in the industry.
- Alright, so what we have here is the HTC VIVE.…Again, this is really my favorite current desktop product…because it has outside in tracking…that will track me as I walk around.…Here at JBKnowledge headquarters in our JBK labs area…we've got a 10-by-10 foot space…that we set up so we could easily walk around…and have as big of a real space VR.…I mean, you can't really call this room space VR,…that's humanly impossible.…And you'll see I've got my two sensors.…So, these allow the system to track where my hands are,…and they give me a bunch of controls,…like a trigger, and a button, and a slider,…and then I've got my actual headset itself.…
Now, this is actually pretty comfortable.…It's one of the more comfortable ones,…and I find myself not getting motion sick,…not really having those kind of issues…when I use the VIVE.…It's one of the reasons why I like this VIVE.…It's also adjustable enough to fit a head…that big 'cause it's a huge noggin.…Alright, so let's actually jump in here.…I'm now seeing a wire frame box around me.…
Follow James Benham—the CEO of JBKnowledge, Inc.—as he explains how construction science and computer science are merging into one joint field of study. James shares essential terms that you need to know to speak intelligently about topics like the cloud and machine learning. Plus, he dives into topics like the Internet of Things, the evolution of drones, and 3D printing. To wrap up the course, he covers IT budgets, staffing, and investing in research and development.
- Learning about the origins of construction technology
- Reviewing essential construction tech terms
- Understanding the Internet of Things
- Reviewing the evolution of drones
- Learning about the 3D printing process
- Investing in IT
- Investing in research and development