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    Posted: 25.Sep.2019 at 18:34
Hello everyone,

Apologies if what I'm about to write is in any way confusing.

I'm about to begin my final year project for my Honours year and in need of a little help. I'm a CAD student who's severed an apprenticeship in maintenance engineering. The basis of my project is to demonstrate the final assembly working in Virtual Reality. The reason I'm doing this is I'd like to demonstrate the next level of visualisation after creating renders and animations. The help I'm really looking for is some advice on the best way to take your fully assembled models into VR and maybe make it somewhat interactable?

If I'm being too vague and more information is needed then feel free to ask.

Craig Best
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