PASCAL Lab receives support from InnoSuisse
PASCAL Lab is proud to announce that it has received an innovation check (Innocheck) to improve its Virtual Aesthetic Simulator (VAS).
We presented our project with HEPIA with the aim of creating a long-term collaboration and improving the product. During this collaboration, we will match the physical world with the digital world in order to optimize the realistic rendering of watchmaking defects.
Indeed, the VAS rendering technology is tailor-made for the representation of metallic watch components. It uses the power of graphics chips to simulate the behaviour of light on metal. In this new project, we will recreate a studio environment identical to the simulator environment to compare and refine the renderings. This approach aims to enable VAS to become a reference in the objective description of watchmaking defects.