Allows users to observe mixed reality without a headset
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA – September 6, 2017 – Arvizio, Inc., today announced the introduction of MR Studio ViewPoint, the latest addition to their MR Studio™ enterprise mixed reality platform. ViewPoint allows 3D mixed reality experiences to be streamed in HD for both local and remote audiences, while also recording the experience.
MR Studio ViewPoint utilizes a depth-sensing camera to capture the real world scene and participates in a sharing experience with HoloLens devices, enabling scenes featuring the HoloLens wearers and the 3D holographic objects they are viewing to be captured and streamed. ViewPoint serves as a client device in the MR Studio sharing and collaboration architecture and fully supports the platform’s LOD (Level of Detail) viewing capabilities. This allows complex 3D models to be viewed, annotated and shared with spectators watching on any viewing device. ViewPoint does not require a dedicated HoloLens device; it is only used during initial calibration, which significantly reduces the overall cost of the solution. Calibration is quick and easy and does not require the use of special calibration patterns.
“Many of our customers have expressed a need to stream and record the entire mixed reality experience in high definition but the cost and complexity of such solutions has been prohibitive,” said Jonathan Reeves, Arvizio’s CEO. “ViewPoint provides the ability to share the mixed reality experience with local and remote audiences. This is extremely useful for demonstrations, training, education and many other collaborative situations.”
MR Studio is a comprehensive mixed reality suite designed for the enterprise to meet the emerging needs of the AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction), industrial, healthcare and education markets.
Arvizio will be demonstrating their MR Studio solution at MWC Americas 2017, September 12 – 14, Booth W.609 at the Moscone Center.