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22 January 2018

3D Augmented Reality in your project

The Consumer Technology Association (CES) conference and exhibition took place recently in Las Vegas, from 9 to 12 January. At the event Aryzon proudly presented, under the auspices of StartUpDelta and its patron H.R.H. Prince Constantijn, the Aryzon Augmented Reality Cardboard Headset. Through this product Aryzon is aiming to make 3D Augmented Reality technology more accessible to the market and contribute to the development of 3D AR applications. The Aryzon Cardboard Headset costs a fraction of the price a HoloLens to produce - and is used in combination with a smartphone.

3D Augmented Reality in your project

When used with Cadac Modules Suite it is also possible to view BIM-projects on your smartphone, enabling you to visualise your model using the Aryzon Cardboard Headset. At the moment, the model is placed by means of ‘markers’, using a construction drawing or QR code.  However, we are currently developing add-ons that will soon become available so that you can view your BIM model on a smartphone or tablet without markers, e.g. using the Apple and Google toolkits. 

There is often a whole host of documentation and design software associated with a project. This results in a multiplicity of 3D models, 2D drawings and documents, for both internal and external stakeholders, that is difficult to manage and keep sight of. Cadac Modules Project gives you an intuitive and accessible cloud platform for your BIM-projects, in which all stakeholders can view the required information, irrespective of the program being used. It is all supported by and made available through a web browser, the HoloLens and now through your smartphone and Aryzon Cardboard Headset, wherever and whenever you want. 

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