Within the organization today there is a mentoring system to assist in the academic and creative content development areas. There is constant progress achieved through continuous support. The success is evident in the growth of publications in international conferences and collaborations enabling industry application of the work of faculty members in the digital and interactive fields.
In collaboration with the National Science Development Center and Kubota, DIDTC has launched the simulator center to train workers, farmers, and operators how to use Kubota machinery. The simulation was developed to help visualize the operations environment along with the feeling of the impact and movement. The synchronization with the hardware determining the interface was developed using game engine. In 2018 the first simulator will be released to train farmers to use the Kubota machinery to harvest their crops.
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