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Usually the Nettle team uses engineering blueprints and colour scheme solutions to create virtual holographic maquettes. However, modelling industrial facilities, especially as enormous and as complex as a nuclear power plant, requires exhaustive data in order to be realistic and visually convincing. Photography is often a good source of additional information for this purpose.
During the photomapping session at the NNPP-2 construction site the Nettle crew visited the reactor building and the turbine hall where equipment assembly and installation is currently in full progress. The power plant is a new nuclear power station type known under the NPS-2006 designation. It uses the VVER-1,200 reactor rated at 1.2 GW. The first section of the power plant whose construction is underway will have an output of 2,400 MW. Future plans include the construction of two more units. Work on the NNPP-2 is expected to usher in serial production of nuclear power stations in Russia.
MIPIM, the world’s largest and prestigious property exhibition venue, traditionally brings together the most influential players and trend setters in the area of presentational solutions.
This year’s event featured seven virtual mock-ups presented on NettleBox. Compared to last year, NettleBox presentations at MIPIM-2014 made use of several new capabilities of the equipment, such as exploration of building interiors, interaction with mock-ups via a tablet, and displaying the view through the user’s glasses on an auxiliary screen.
Just as last year, this year’s virtual holographic mock-ups received considerable attention from the world’s construction, project development, and marketing elite. They attracted numerous visitors who wanted to have a look at the latest trends in the area of architectural presentations.
In the article titled “How to make money off technology: Eight stories of success” Forbes Russia spotlights a number of high-tech companies that have gone to success in Russia.
The article sums up the companies’ key achievements and their paths to the elite of high-tech business. One of the vignettes in the article is devoted to Nettle.
Getting the attention of such a media giant as Forbes is, without any doubt, a privilege. We hope that this level of attention reflects our business and high-tech excellence. It is also our humble hope that Forbes will give our company broader coverage in the future.
On October 16-17 Moscow will host the XI International Conference titled Audiovisual Technologies and Control Systems: from Ideas to Implementation. This venue traditionally attracts representatives of the world’s leading producers of audiovisual and interactive hardware and companies working in system integration.
The conference participants will discuss the latest trends in the global and domestic audiovisual market and the attending experts will exchange views on the key developments in the industry. The participating companies will exhibit their latest gadgetry. Nettle will be demonstrating its latest projects in the area of interactive presentations. In the demo area the visitors will be able to explore the newest version of the NettleBox holographic desk and talk to Andrey Desyatov and Pyotr Sevostyanov, the company’s CEO’s.
The conference will be held at the Event Hall S.H.E.L.K. on the 2nd floor in the Klassika and the Modern conference rooms.
The address of the conference venue is 12 Savvinskaya Naberezhnaya, building 8, 119435 Moscow, Russia.