As the Head of Physical, Computational and Design Sciences Marius Swoboda is leading the Visualisation Methods and Techniques at
Rolls-Royce Germany. At #mthcon2020 he will talk about “Virtual Manufacturing:
Immersive Technologies for Industry 4.0” and will present a live use case from the Rolls-Royce factory in Berlin-Dahlewitz.
What does MediaTech mean to you and how is it relevant to your work?
As an engineer, I love to work on and share ideas with people from other disciplines, especially with the creative media folks. That also helps to stimulate the engineering work and makes me even
more creative! And we can learn from each other in terms of technology.
What key message(s) do you want to share with this year’s conference community?
In the Virtual Reality market there is not only head-mounted displays that allow a fully immersive experience. Dedicated 3D VR caves offer many advantages – they stimulate communication because
you can see and interact with your peers and understand the shared content much better.
What are you looking forward to most at #mthcon?
I’m looking forward most to exchange about new ideas on how to make content relevant and interesting. In terms of content, we have lots of that, because everything we design is done within 3D CAD
systems. As every human can be “caught” by good content presentation, we are constantly looking for new, innovative ideas on how to present it.