Keeping things real - using a DDU for our UI
Designing user interface [UI] for a realistic experiences in virtual reality can be tricky. To mirror the real world, and help with intuitive interactions, we leverage the real world devices wherever possible.
For one (and possibly many) of our driver training applications, we are using the DDU (Driver Display Unit)
In everyday operations, bus drivers use DDUs to log their work, routes, and more. So it makes sense, to leverage a virtual version of the device to help track and engage in various training scenarios that are centered around the driver cabin.
We'll be sharing more about this handy UI device in upcoming blogs, so be sure to keep checking out our blog as we build parallels between the real and virtual worlds.
PS kudos to Chris for the modeling skills.