Specifically aimed at engineering communities, the software allows users to look at their data in a high level of detail whether working alone, in small groups, or collaborating with distant colleagues in a common virtual environment.
Data can be imported directly from a range of data sources, maintaining naming, hierarchies and the all-important metadata.
Once the data is imported into Visionary Render’s virtual reality environment, scenes can be created that enable users to carry out a range of tasks that include validating maintenance procedures, performing detailed design reviews or verifying assembly and manufacturing processes.
Watch this video for a general overview of Visionary Render.
“I am exceptionally proud of what the Virtalis R&D team have managed to pack into Version 1.1.From floating licences to capped sectioning, Version 1.1 represents an enormous advance in 3D rendering technology,” says Virtalis’ technical director, Andrew Connell.
For a full look at what’s new in this release, read the ‘What’s New in Visionary Render v1.1’ document here.