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The Assembly of Virtual Arrick Robot in Web Based Robotic Lab

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Executive Summary

Virtual Reality (VR) is a technology which is often regarded as a natural extension to 3D computer graphics with advanced input and output devices. One of the benefits that education reaps from VR is the ability to visualize, simulate and interact with virtual objects. This ability allows the student to have the trial and error session before practicing it on real things. The integration of this new technology with software systems for education, design and manufacturing will provide a new boost to the field of computer-aided design. One aspect of design and manufacturing which may be significantly affected by VR is design for assembly.

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