3D Animation

3D animation involves the creation of dynamic visuals within a three-dimensional environment, providing the impression that these virtual entities are navigating through a 3D realm. This intricate process utilizes advanced computer software to craft and maneuver digital objects, alongside the utilization of specialized equipment like motion capture devices. Through these tools, precise movements and lifelike animations can be achieved, enhancing the overall quality and realism of the final product.
3D Animation

Digital Twins with 3D Animation

Our digital twins are simulation models that run in real-time. This allows us to couple our digital twins to Unity 3D for animation.  Unity 3D is a gaming platform that can be used to create realistic 3D animations and Human Machine Interfaces (HMI).

We have tooling that allows us to create an Interface to Unity automatically. The interface sends and reads variables from the simulation model to and from Unity. In this way, in Unity, the motion of machine parts can be animated using the simulation outputs from our simulation model.

Human machine interface

In Unity, we can also create HMI with buttons, displays, graphs, and joystick inputs. These interfaces can be used to collect input from a human and send it back to our digital twin simulation model. We use this type of input for operator and trainer interfaces in our training simulators.

At Controllab, our training simulators offer a unique trainer interface that puts you in full control. With the power of this interface, trainers can effortlessly select specific scenarios, manipulate environmental conditions, introduce faults, and much more. It’s like having a virtual training ground at your fingertips, where operators can hone their skills with expert guidance.