Software ModesThe SprayVIS simulator comes with two software modes consisting of Training and Gaming. Targeted towards industry professionals, expo exhibitors and early learners in the school environment.
TrainingThe main function of the SprayVIS simulator software, a virtual spray-painting trainer set up within any classroom environment. It features smart enhancement designed to stimulate early learning in spray painting while developing valuable techniques. Virtual Reality replaces traditional training within an environmentally friendly spray-booth, with no need for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), consumption of materials and liquids, or clean-up afterward.
GamingSet in a gaming environment, users can try a new skill in spray painting in a competitive nature being scored on their ability and performance painting a range of vehicles whilst having fun. This aspect of SprayVIS is designed to stimulate interest and connect potential candidates to the automotive trade at these events.
Compact Travel Case
The SprayVIS system is housed in a custom-designed, rugged and travel-ready Pelican hardcase, enabling safe transport and effective training in any location. The case weighs in at just 8.4kg and all components are stored in a
62 x 48 x 34 cm unit.
Plug and Play
Once your account is set up, in less than 5 minutes you will be up and training on the SprayVIS system. Simply plug in the single power cord, press the on button, and you’re ready to go. Everything you need is included in the box.
Compact and Powerful
The SprayVIS system is driven by one of the most powerful and compact VR capable PCs on the market, the Intel Haydes Canyon NUC. This ensures users have a fully immersive, realistic and effective training or gaming experience.
Plug in Your Own Monitor Or TV
The system offers an external HDMI allowing an additional monitor or TV to be connected, enabling spectating and/or monitoring.
State of the Art VR Headset
SprayVIS utilises the Oculus Rift S state of the art VR headset. The Rift S headset has an ergonomic design to ensure comfort and is equipped with next-generation lenses and sharp displays to deliver an immersive and realistic training session without the requirement of cumbersome external tracking sensors.
SprayVIS Custom Spray Gun Controller
There is an available specialized spray gun controller that has been developed by Tradiebot, to replicate the feel, weight and ergonomics of the industry’s leading spray guns. The spray gun also incorporates an industry-standard air hose and is fitted with removable weights to enable the simulation of up to 1kg of virtual paint. Users will be completely immersed in a realistic training experience enabling the honing of their techniques and skills.
Users can create individual accounts that allow for tracking of progress and enable instructors to identify any issues and areas for improvements.
SprayVIS provides users with constructive feedback at the completion of each exercise. Feedback covers multiple areas such as paint coverage, paint usage, and time taken, which can be adjusted by trainers to suit their requirements. An overall score is then generated based on all combined aspects of performance.
Four Paintable Pieces
Users in the training mode can choose from various paintable pieces of a vehicle which include a bonnet, fender, door and bumper.
Spray Gun Setting
Various settings for the spray gun can be managed and altered, to allow users to adjust the fan width or the pressure level of paint during the painting process.
The virtual trainer is a pre-recorded process that users can follow as a guide to show the correct and most efficient way to paint the selected piece. Users have the option to activate a virtual trainer when further guidance is required. Instructors also have the ability to record their own virtual trainers along with optional audio to suit their specific techniques and requirements.
Once users have completed the three components of the paint job, they will have the ability to view a virtual playback to review their own ability.
User feedback is provided in real-time through heatmaps, audio and visual ques. The active heatmap indicates the paint coverage as a user is applying each coat and provides a review at the completion of the session to highlight the areas of too little and too much paint. Audio and visual feedback trains the user to maintain correct spray gun position and orientation during the whole training process.
The trainer mode provides instructors with a companion app to easily manage user-profiles and assess user training progress through intuitive graphs.
Users will be provided with regular software updates and customisation options.