Expert Session on the New Revolution in Construction Industry with 3D Printing and Virtual Reality
On February 23, 2023, Sage University Indore hosted an expert session on the new revolution in the construction industry with 3D printing and virtual reality. The session was conducted by Mr. Dharmendra Jat, an expert product designer and technical director with 13+ years of experience and who has trained over 40,000 students. The convenor of the session was Prof. Shreyansh K Jain, HOD CE IET, and the coordinators were Prof. Sanjay Limbodiya, Ass. HOD. CED, IET, and Prof. Supriya Tripathi, HOD, CED, IET.
Mr. Jat covered the latest 3D printing and virtual reality developments in the construction industry. He discussed the benefits and challenges of using these technologies in construction, including their potential to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve safety.
The session was well received by the college professors and students, who found it to be informative and engaging. The use of 3D printing and virtual reality can transform the way engineering and architecture students are trained. Hands-on experience with these technologies provides students with the ability to create 3D models of buildings and test designs in virtual environments. This can enhance their learning experience and prepare them for careers in the construction industry.
Impact on Education
The use of 3D printing and virtual reality can transform the way engineering and architecture students are trained. Hands-on experience with these technologies provides students with the ability to create 3D models of buildings and test designs in virtual environments
Future Developments Emerging trends in 3D printing and virtual reality include the use of robotics and artificial intelligence. These developments have the potential to significantly impact the construction industry and society as a whole.
Attending expert sessions like the one at Sage University Indore can provide students with valuable insights into emerging technologies and their applications in different fields. It is recommended that students continue to learn about the latest developments in 3D printing, virtual reality, and other emerging technologies to stay ahead of the curve in their respective fields.