Our Engineering Mechanics Virtual Labs

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Engineering Mechanics

Learn how machines work and the physics behind their functionality.

Engineering mechanics is the application of mechanics to solve problems involving common engineering elements. Most universities offer engineering mechanics degrees in which topics such as statics, dynamics and mechanics of materials are covered. Teaching these subjects can be quite difficult without the proper laboratory equipment. Our VR Labs allow students to experience the application of Engineering Mechanics to real problems in the industry. Students will learn how machines work and operate under different conditions and the mathematical concepts behind their functionality.

Manual Transmission

Academic Content

Dynamics for STEM Curriculum

All of our VR Labs are focused on academic curriculum. Our Engineering Mechanics labs cover the following content:

- Force, Mass and Acceleration

- Energy and Work

- Rotational Kinematics

- Momentum and Impulse

- Kinematics in 2 dimensions

- Kinematics in 3 dimensions

- Vibrations

Full developments in as little as 2 days

Our simulations platform has over 10,000 functions and pre build algorithms to ensure we can deliver a fast development experience to our customers. Once the information is submitted and the project is approved we will start to work on the simulations. The customer can see in real time how the project is progressing, test the simulations before completed and more.

Multiple Platform Support

Depending on each use case which is defined with the customer we can develop applications for one or more platforms at a very competitive cost.Our Technology allows us to develop for multiple platforms at a fraction of the cost thanks to our Science and Engineering algorithms and pre-build STEM functions. We can develop for Android, IOS, Web, Windows, Mac, Linux and Virtual Reality. For Virtual Reality we support the Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Oculus Go, HTC Vive and More.

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