Dassault Systemes brings pavilion to 3D Printing Marketplace.
Here at TCT Towers, we have barely had the time to unpack our suitcases from a non-stop week at formnext powered by tct and already companies are gearing up for the next big event, CES 2016, where TCT will once again be leading the 3D Printing Marketplace and conference.
Dassault Systèmes has revealed its plans to demonstrate 3DEXPERIENCE universes that are transforming consumer electronics at event in Las Vegas, on January 6-9, 2016.
The Dassault Systèmes’ pavilion, located in the 3D Printing Marketplace in Sands Expo hall, will invite innovators from business, science and society to engage in an interactive journey around the theme of “Dream, Create, Live” in today’s age of experience. In three areas of the pavilion, visitors will discover how the company’s 3DEXPERIENCE platform is shaping the thinking, design, engineering and manufacturing of today’s most innovative consumer electronics to create category-changing consumer experiences.
In the “Dream” area, visitors will experience a 3D application paired with an HTC virtual reality headset, to sketch ideas and bring them to life. Next, they will explore how companies can “Create” products through demonstrations spanning all steps of product development—from ideation to design to sales and marketing. Lastly, visitors will see how people can “Live” and consume a 3D experience, from personalising their home, to shopping with 3D technologies or navigating cities of the future.
“Sophisticated data sensors and connected devices are transforming how humans interact with the world around them, and CES is the perfect forum to show businesses, consumers, executives, manufacturers, makers and tinkerers how 3DEXPERIENCE universes are the backbone of this new era of highly social, mobile and connected consumer electronics,” Olivier Ribet, Vice President High-tech Industry, Dassault Systèmes, explained. “3DEXPERIENCE universes represent the physical world with stunning realism and open opportunities for design creativity, experimentation and a glimpse of how innovations will look and behave in the future.”