Improving mixed-reality prototyping through a classification and characterisation of fidelity

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Improving mixed-reality prototyping through a classification and characterisation of fidelity – Design Conference 2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln04nqX1IL8 Prototyping is a vital activity in product development. For reasons of time, cost and level of definition, low fidelity representations of products are used to advance understanding and progress design. With the advent of Mixed Reality prototyping, the ways in […]

UoB engineering students learn how to develop Digital Twins for products and production facilities

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Two groups of final year Mechanical Engineering students at the University of Bristol spent the first half of 2021 working on Digital Twin-based projects. The students have used many of the tools, methods, and expertise within the DETI consortia to design, develop and implement from first principles the foundations of Digital Twins for a product […]

Demystifying Digital “X” – ICED Conference Paper

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The DMF lab recently (remotely) attended the International Conference of Engineering Design (ICED) 2021 to present seven papers. One of these, authored by Chris Cox, Ben Hicks and James Gopsill, investigates the new language surrounding the paradigm shift towards digital engineering. This presentation was shown at ICED 2021 as part of the “Digital Twins” panel, […]

Welcoming our Summer Interns

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On Monday we officially welcomed a cohort of five summer interns to the DMF lab. These include Lousie Larsson, Oliver Shiffmann, Lloyd Cleary-Richards, Adam McClenaghan and William Murray. They will be working together on projects ranging from Brain Controlled Interfaces for Design; Gesture-driven CAD and Quantum-enabled configuration design tools. If you would like more information […]