The Product Layout Experience adds to the functionality provided by the Visualisation Experience. Additional tools are provided for those that require a little more interaction than those who are simply needing to review their data in full-scale.
As seen in the video above, the ability to interact with an object, move component's test interfaces, determine whether surfaces will clash, and measure spaces, are all capabilities that many will find incredibly useful- especially if the product doesn’t exist yet.
The Product Layout Experience allows you to get hands-on with your product before you have made it! No need to build prototypes (even a rapid prototype via 3D printing) when a virtual or holographic prototype can be created with your 3D CAD (via the Visualization Pipeline) in just minutes!
After processing, your 3D CAD sits on the server ready for you to interact with, whenever you are ready.
Tools to interact with your virtual/holographic prototypes are becoming commonplace in Virtual Reality applications, however only Theorem XR offers this ability regardless of your device. We partner with world leading headset vendors to ensure that our solutions can work in most devices** (HoloLens, Magic Leap, Windows Mixed Reality, HTC or Oculus; we’ve got you covered!). We also have a desktop version.
Moreover, with the add-on collaboration module (demonstrated above), your teams can work together regardless of where they are (worldwide) in addition to being flexible with your choice of hardware.
Add to that 25+ years of experience of processing 3D CAD and we truly have all bases covered. Theorem XR will take any mainstream* 3D CAD, output it to any device**, to anyone, anywhere!
*PTC CREO, SIEMENS NX, CATIA V5 & 3DEXPERIENCE, SOLIDWORKS, etc
**If your device is not mentioned, use the 'contact me' button to contact a Theorem representative.
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