Complementing this, the center offers MultiJet and SLA 3D printing capabilities, which expedite the clay modeling process by crafting non-body parts like headlamps, tail lamps, front and rear bumpers, side mirrors, and various interior components. This 3D printing prowess marks a paradigm shift, reducing production timelines and allowing for rapid prototyping without the conventional physical constraints. Furthermore, the National Digital Centre has integrated several cutting-edge Head-Mounted Displays, including Microsoft Hololens and Meta Oculus, to support the development of Mixed Reality experiences for the forthcoming Next Generation vehicles. These immersive tools transport designers into a realm where reality and digital innovation converge, paving the way for revolutionary advancements in automotive design.
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