As well as potentially changing the way things are done in pharma and biopharma manufacturing, could VR be useful in the design of manufacturing equipment? Bausch+Ströbel, a supplier of pharmaceutical packaging machines, created a “Virtual Reality Center” in 2011. We spoke with Thomas Bühler, sales group leader at Bausch+Ströbel, and Tobias Hörner, who is in charge of the company’s VR system, to get their take on how VR is revolutionizing machine making.
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