more3D shows and exhbitions
more3D expands markets in China
With new international partners more3D is coming up to provide next-gen VR soltuions to the Chinese market. Debuting in early 2017 more3D and UCTSYS have proved that using the Virtual Reality software bridge moreViz provides exceptional benefits to visualizing the Digital Twin in industry environments.
Exhibiting the solution at the 2017 Siemens PLM Software User Conference Asia in Wuhan City, China, more3D placed as leading force in the Virtual Reality solution market. The powerful combination of real operating robot and digital twin shows sustained benefits when viewed inside an Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE or VR CAVE.
Following up on the CIMT tradeshow in Beijing, China, more3D shows how to display products in a easy and efficient way. Kapp Niles, maker of grinding machines, chose more3D advanced 3D technology to save time and costs - by presenting their product in full 3D stereo on a 3D TV. This way Kapp Niles was able to show all machine operations and even details about the grinding process like the actual machine had been there.
Germany and Europe still leading
This years VR Symposium in Heidelberg was a technical challenge. Together with Christie more3D demo'ed the moreViz VR Bridge software in full 4K 120Hz next-gen display mode. moreViz extracts graphics from any application and displays it in any VR device. Rendering at 4K resolution with 120 images per second required our software to work even faster and more effecient. With the new optimzied moreViz rendering engine more3D delivers full quality for each pixel.
ART Days 2017
In Ottobrunn, Germany, more3D again shows the unprecedented capabilites of the moreViz VR Bridge software. As Siemens Solution Partner we strongly focus on optimizing the VR quality for all Siemens software applications, like NX, Teamcenter Visualization and Plant Simulation. Combined with a professional ART Smarttrack system, more3D enabled customers to quickly and easily use their application in full feature VR mode.
Of course the moreViz VR software bridge supports the current generation of HMD's, take a look here: