Transfer VR - Measurement


Transfer vr Measuring
Art style
3D, Realistic


The Transfer VR Measurement Simulation, built on the Unity game engine, provides high-performance training for measuring engine hole diameters. It uses visual effects to emphasize key elements and animations for clarity. The training focuses on the importance of accurate measurements to prevent leaks and hazards, providing immediate feedback on errors & focus on accuracy. Users interact with various gauges, use virtual safety gear, and perform precise measurements with virtual digital calipers, following a step-by-step process.


  • Utilizes the Unity game engine to ensure high performance, cross-platform compatibility, and real-time rendering of complex 3D models and environments.
  • Provides hands-on training for measuring the diameter of holes inside engines, enhancing practical skills through virtual interaction.
  • Visual effects such as highlighting and animations are used to draw attention to important elements and actions, aiding in comprehension.
  • he training emphasizes the importance of accurate measurements to prevent leaks and hazards, reflecting real-world quality assurance practices.
  • Provides immediate feedback on measurement errors, helping users understand mistakes and learn correct techniques.
  • Integrated AI based voice guidance provides real-time instructions and feedback, helping users navigate the training process effectively.
  • Implements a point system to track user progress and accuracy, providing detailed feedback and performance metrics.
  • Variety of Gauges: Features a range of gauge measures to familiarize users with different types of gauges and their applications.
  • Safety Gloves and Goggles: Includes virtual safety gear to teach and reinforce the importance of personal protective equipment (PPE) in industrial settings.
  • Offers a step-by-step process for selecting and using a hole gauge, ensuring that users follow the correct procedures.
  • Allows users to perform accurate measurements using a virtual digital caliper, mimicking the precision required in real-world tasks.
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