The latest delivery of the Theorem-XR product portfolio sees the strongest support yet for working with engineering design data in the Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Microsoft Azure Remote Rendering (ARR), and a brand-new Augmented Reality app (Theorem-AR).
Being able offer remote rendering across all Theorem-XR experiences, and on Microsoft HoloLens 2, removes the barrier to working and interacting with huge quantities of design data, that can be rendered in the cloud using Microsoft ARR.
As Microsoft Mixed Reality Partners, the Theorem-XR product suite is developed to keep pace with Microsoft and their development roadmap, offering users the most robust visualization experience available to complement existing manufacturing processes and engineering focused use cases, whilst using their design data for full scale, in context, XR visualization with high quality rendering.
This latest release doesn’t just see added enhancements for the Microsoft HoloLens 2, but the release of a re-designed (from the ground up) Augmented Reality App – Theorem-AR– enabling users to prepare, optimize and visualize their 3D design data for use on Android, iOS and Windows devices.
We are also pleased to announce support for the HTC Vive Focus 3 which joins the Microsoft HoloLens 2, Magic Leap, Oculus Rift, Windows, Android and iOS devices.
At its core, Theorem-XR enables Engineering and Manufacturing companies to optimize, visualize, and collaborate around their 3D design data at full scale and in context, supporting enhanced remote collaborative engineering focused XR use cases for Visualization, Design Review, Factory Layout, Training and Visual Digital Twin.
With fast, efficient, flexible automated CAD data preparation, users can drag and drop their design data on to the server, ‘save as’ from within their native CAD applications, or export directly from their PLM system for use in Extended Reality.
With the added benefit of only needing to prepare data once, Theorem-XR works for the individual and the enterprise, at all levels and all stages of the Extended Reality journey.
Backed by 30+ years of CAD data optimization and preparation experience, as members of the Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner Program (MRPP), and partner to all major CAD vendors, Theorem-XR provides a robust and agile solution for now and the future.
To learn more about Theorem-XR and to watch the latest HoloLens 2 demonstration, please visit https://www.theorem.com/theorem-xr/microsoft-azure-remote-rendering