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Abstract

Over the last ten years many oil & gas companies have installed Virtual Environments in<br>order to optimize, complement, or replace steps in their E&P workflow. The success of the<br>deployed Virtual Reality technology varies from company to company, but not always fulfills<br>set expectations.<br>The experiences made in the VRGeo Consortium also indicate that the potential of VR<br>technology is not yet used to its full extend. Only if VR technology can clearly show its<br>benefits over existing technology, the users are willing to adopt and integrate it into their daily<br>workflow. In this respect, we describe by means of illustrative examples what can be done to<br>better utilize the benefits of Virtual Environments.

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2008-06-09
2020-04-01
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