Calender Sheet October: When virtual worlds become real – without being creepy.
Horror parties, hollowed out pumpkins, threatening dark characters: What has always been a big spectacle in America for many years, has now also become a fixed date in Germany for vampires, witches and ghosts. The Celts believed that All Hallows opened up the border between the earthly world and the realm of the dead. Today, on the day we now call Halloween, many real personalities are transformed into all manner of imaginable fantasy figures, the virtual world in their heads takes on an eerily beautiful form. IMA Dresden can also create virtual worlds and thereby supports its customers, especially in the design process. We inspect and test tomorrow‘s concepts and ideas. This process does not even require a real test object. Even when there is still no idea of the effect of the component load in reality, we can determine these forces in simulation. In this way, we are able to cover the entire test pyramid not only in reality, rather also virtually.