Scuola Camerana is a primary mechanical manufacturing school in Turin, Italy. It trains several thousands of students each year in industrial manufacturing techniques.
The training on manufacturing machines is a massive hindrance in training centers. The footprint, price of the equipment, and the limited time available for the students on the machines require massive investments to deliver a proper hands-on training to the students.
Impossible to parallelize the training on the same machine
The necessity to ensure standardization in the outcome
The necessity to ensure the learning of manual operations
The necessity to decrease the individual cost of training
Development in partnership with the trainers and teacher of Scuola Camerana of a pedagogic methodology to transfer hands-on training with immersive technologies for industrial machines.
We developed a streamlined procedure enabling the creation of TOUCHABLE compatible content starting from CAD files and videos of the real interaction.
The product takes the shape of a training module enabling unsupervised students complex manufacturing equipment in security and in a parallel manner.
Go Touch VR will transfer the competence to implement touch sense to Scuola Camerana to allow them to produce Touchable content autonomously.
The features of the product are:
Enables exercise of the manual operation for learning the correct action sequence through Touch rendering
Ability to deliver unsupervised learning of the students. The prototype has been confirmed for an evolution towards a full classroom (6 seats)