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JLR opens virtual reality centre

Jaguar Land Rover has opened its new 'virtual reality centre' at its design and engineering facility in Gaydon.

The £2 million design facility was created in order to speed up product development cycles using audio visual projections.

Engineers and designers are able to see and interact with life-size, three-dimensional models of vehicles and components. The system reduces the need for physical prototypes, saving both time and money.

In the virtual reality centre, Brian Waterfield, JLR principal engineer and virtual reality centre manager

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