Soldamatic, Seabery’s Agumented Training Technology, showed up in the 3D & Virtual Reality Expo (IVR) Japan’s largest exhibition, which took place from 22 to 24 June in Tokyo, thanks to new Japanese partner Asahi electronics Co (AEC).
It was the first time that the Augmented Reality welding simulator Soldamatic was shown in Japan, showing the safety, environmental and cost-saving advantages of learning and teaching how to weld with augmented reality. Soldamatic has appeared in Japan as a complete and attractive educational technology that helps students to have their own learning path and to learn while having fun.
In the 3D & Virtual Reality Expo (IVR) you can experience all kinds of cutting-edge 3D technology and high definition image technology. IVR attracts a significant number of users from manufacturing and amusement industries, broadcasting stations, image and content producing companies, telecommunication companies, public offices, universities and research centres, who are looking to buy solutions for their businesses.