Theorem are teaming up with AREA at AR and VR World 2018

At 2018’s AR and VR World on 12th– 14th June (as part of TechXLR8 and London Tech Week), we will be joining forces with AREA at the ExCel, London, to showcase our latest Visualization Experience app for Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality.

We have recently released our Visualization Experience app to utilize CAD and PLM data assets in Augmented, Mixed and Virtual reality as part of our Digital Realities product portfolio.

We currently provide experiences for:

  • Augmented Reality: Android, Windows 10 and iOS based devices
  • Mixed Reality: Microsoft HoloLens
  • Virtual Reality: HTC Vive and Oculus Rift

These experiences can also merge data from other databases: ERP, MES and CRM along with proprietary databases to further add value to Digital Realities.

Our data and device agnostic Visualization Experience is the perfect app to help you start to answer the ‘ifs’, the ‘whys’ and the ‘buts’ associated with deploying these new technologies within day to day engineering and manufacturing.

The challenge is deciding which technology is best for you and how do you start your journey?

Our aim is to get you thinking about the impact that these new technologies can have on your organisation. How using proof of concept for each device type will help to define uses cases and buy-in based on established business processes, whilst leveraging existing CAD and PLM assets. Most importantly, why you should remain device agnostic in an ever evolving digital realm.

We recently hosted a webinar on the topic which is available to view upon registration:

http://www.theorem.com/Digital-Realities/pr-starting-the-ar-mr-vr-journey.htm

Our Visualization Experience app must be ‘experienced’ in order to realise its potential, and you will be able to have hands-on demonstrations at the Theorem stand within the AREA pavilion.

By putting these low cost devices into the hands of everybody, and democratising the use of AR, MR and VR, Theorem’s Visualization Experiences are opening up an entirely new way to interact with Engineering and Manufacturing data up and down the supply chain, in all areas, including: Design, Manufacturing, Assembly, Training, Service and Digital Twin.

For more information visit www.theorem.com

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