British engineering solutions firm Theorem Solutions will be displaying a new hybrid VR/AR/MR app at the Develop3D Live event on the 28th March 2017.
The new application uses the Unity 3D graphics engine to produce graphical representations of data, such as CAD drawings, on a variety of commercial virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) devices. It also allows information from databases to be integrated into the VR/AR representation.
Theorem Solutions new application allows for the same data to be shared across multiple devices, and the company say that the application is compatible with all current low-cost VR/AR/MR devices. Theorem say the application is lightweight and easy to install. The data only needs to be prepared once, and then can be delivered to multiple platforms from Theorem’s servers. The application is currently compatible with the following:
Augmented Reality – Windows 10 and Android Tablets and Phones
Mixed Reality – Microsoft HoloLens
Virtual Reality – HTC Vive
The company say support for the Oculus Rift will be added in April.
Theorem Solutions will be demonstrating the technology at the Develop 3D Live event, which will take place at the Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick University on 28th March 2017 on Stand VR3.
You can find out more about Develop 3D Live at the official website.
VRFocus will bring you further updates on Theorem Solutions’ VR app and related products as they come in.