‘Multi-Device’ Digital Realities Visualization Experience App in action at COE 2017

This year’s COE Annual PLM Experience and TechniFair is running April 23rd- 27th in Orlando, Florida, USA and we are sending a team to demonstrate our latest productivity enhancing solutions for the CATIA user at booth #302.

Come and ‘experience’ our recently released ‘Multi-Device’ Visualization Experience Application for the low-cost Augmented (AR), Mixed (MR) and Virtual (VR) Reality devices, part of our Digital Realities product family. 

The Multi-Device application currently supports the following devices allowing you to engage with your CATIA data like never before.

  • Augmented Reality (AR) – Windows 10 and Android Tablets and Phones
  • Mixed Reality (MR) – Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality (VR) – HTC Vive (Oculus Rift in April)

Our Multi-Device application is a single application built from the ground up using the Unity graphics engine, producing stunning graphical representations of your data, which is a real game changer to the world of traditional CAD graphics and visualization.

Being Multi-Device, the application allows you to use the same CATIA data, in the same visualization application, on ALL of the different low-cost devices.

Your CATIA data only needs to be optimised and prepared for use once using Theorem’s ‘Optimisation and Experience Servers’ and then delivers the same Visualization Experience across all supported platforms helping to save money on data preparation, training and support.

These low-cost devices are bringing an entirely new dimension to the way you can interact with your Engineering and Manufacturing data, democratising the use of AR, MR and VR, complementing the use of Caves and Powerwall’s by putting the technology in the hands of everybody.

We will also be showing the latest versions of our Publish 3D – 3D PDF and Multi-CAD solutions for CATIA V5 and CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE users, as well as CAD and Visualization products for CATIA users needing to work with JT, NX and Creo data.

For more information visit www.theorem.com 


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