What is Cardboard Engineering?
Cardboard engineering refers to the use of cardboard as a material for creating structures, models, and prototypes. It is a low-cost and easily accessible material that can be used to create a wide range of designs and shapes. Cardboard engineering can be used for a variety of purposes, such as creating architectural models, educational projects, or product prototypes. The process typically involves cutting and shaping the cardboard, and then assembling it using adhesives or fasteners. The strength and durability of the finished product will depend on the type and thickness of the cardboard used, as well as the skill and care put into the construction.
How can VR change Cardboard Engineering?
Virtual reality (VR) technology has the potential to revolutionize the field of cardboard engineering by allowing designers and engineers to create and test prototypes in a virtual environment before they are built in real life without the need for cardboard as material. This can save time and resources by identifying and addressing potential issues before they occur, and can also enhance the design process by providing a more immersive and interactive experience. Additionally, VR can also be used to train employees on how to use equipment and machinery, simulating real-world scenarios in a safe and controlled environment.