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Porsche Engineering is developing the intelligent vehicle of the future with Game Engines
Porsche si prepara al futuro: maggiore flessibilità, un elevato livello di investimenti e salvaguardia dei posti di lavoro
Rising up at the Porsche development centre: a new building for drive system testing
Porsche investe 150 milioni di Euro nel Centro Sviluppo a Weissach
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More than real - Game engines can be used to create augmented reality applications that enhance real images with digital information.
It’s like a showroom - The Virtual Reality Car Configurator presents customers with a threedimensional simulation of their future vehicle.
Virtual highway - This is what the A8 autobahn near Stuttgart Airport looks like in a Game Engine simulation.
Porsche new working worlds (Site Weissach)
Porsche Wind Tunnel
911 Turbo Cabriolet, Flow Channel
Test Rig Director Dr. Hauke Stumpf
911 Turbo Cabriolet, Acustic Measurements
911 Turbo Cabriolet
Staircase, design studio
Courtyard, design studio
Offices, design studio
Electrochrome glass wall, design studio
Ground floor, design studio
Presentation hall, design studio
Entrance area, design studio
Insulated walls, 911
Dr. Bernhard Pfäfflin, head of development for vibration technology and acoustic
Acoustic Laboratory, 911
Opening Development Centre Weissach
Opening Development centre Weissach
The three new buildings at the Weissach development centre. From left: Design Studio with concept car construction facility, aero-acoustic wind tunnel and the Electronics Integration Centre
Development centre Weissach: Electronics integration centre
Development centre Weissach: Design Studio and concept car construction facility
Development centre Weissach: Entrance Design studio and concept car construction facility
Aerial view of Weissach (September 2011)