The first type of content: the interractive 360 photo viewed with VR head mounted display guides people through different scenarios on the factory floor. Users could choose from two options: maintenance and training.
This use case is just an example what kinds of solutions can be created for smart factories. For instance, a user clicks on an information point that ‘‘hangs’’ in the factory on a blue flag with a white ‘‘i’’ when he opts for a maintenance part. Then, an array of short lessons open up such as: check quality of steel, replace bearings, check the overall status of the production hall, change the steel thickness.
Also, when the situation such as check the quality of steel is showed, the visitor sees several steps on the interface: use induction probe to test thickness, check the steel colour, etc. The user-friendly display of the information in a factory setting helps users to learn about procedures step-by-step and once they choose training options, plenty of questions open up in front of them. This time the visitor selects questions from white question marks on blue background scattered throughout the factory. In case the learner answers correctly, the solution is marked in green and for wrong answers, red colour is used.