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Gravity Sketch adds remote collaboration features

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Gravity Sketch is launching free trials of its VR remote collaboration tool with the release of the company’s fourth major product update.

With the unprecedented shift towards remote working, the team at Gravity Sketch has prioritised the deployment of its cloud-based collaboration platform and are now offering 30 day free trial of the feature.

Newly developed, Landing Pad is the cloud product that supports the collaboration feature.

Through Landing Pad users can manage and review work seamlessly across all hardware platforms as well as via web browser, which synchronises files across teams with virtual reality headsets in Gravity Sketch.

This offering should fit well for small to medium-sized design and engineering companies, allowing teams of up to 8 people to create fully editable content in the same virtual space, and review together through discussions in the VR world, as well as notes and annotations.

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Gravity Sketch’s virtual collaboration spaces are accessible from any location around the world, with cross platform support for all VR headsets, and Oculus Quest.


“Over the past few years, we have been growing our customer base with clients primarily in automotive, aerospace, and industrial design,” said Gravity Sketch CEO Oluwaseyi Sosanya.

“We have learned a lot about various industrial design workflows while developing our cloud collaboration solution, which allows designers, engineers, and clients, to both design and review in the same shared virtual space.”

Gravity Sketch Design Team

In recent months Gravity Sketch has been working with a number of industrial design studios whose productivity has been dramatically impacted by the remote working to test out these new features.

Achilles Design in Belgium has been the most vocal about the benefits of the new platform developments.

In other updates to this release, the VR app across all platforms has been updated, bringing in additional geometry tools, infinite layers, and new materials.

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