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Hololight Space adds Nvidia Omniverse support and native Creo import

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Hololight Space has announced key features for its latest update, adding Nvidia Omniverse integration, a native PTC Creo importer and Live XRStream for native live streaming.

Nvidia Omniverse integration sees the USD Managed System files make it easy for storing and transferring 3D scenes between platforms, while providing a robust environment for real-time 3D collaboration.

Live XRStream moves out of Beta for native live streaming, with Hololight saying its team has ‘poured their expertise into creating a native live stream that is unparalleled in the XR space’. The tool allows users to watch the XR experience unfold server-side with high visual quality and performance, combining real-time camera and hologram streams with accurate perspective alignment.

A refined user interface offers a sleeker, more intuitive design that helps put every feature and functionality a click away, while an enhanced quick menu helps develop customisation for your workflow.

The hierarchy menu is replaced with new feature, Space Manager, a central component to the UI that allows users to interact with every object and tool. Meanwhile, importing is streamlined, including a native Creo importer and the ability to import multiple objects with a single interaction proving a significant time saver.

Elsewhere, collision detection has evolved to include geometry intersections, increasing the realism and precision of the XR experience. Hololight’s experimental physics functionality also allows users to turn rigid models into flexible realities – imagine reshaping cables and wires within a design to explore the optimal fit.

A new edge detection system for object tracking enables overlay of design data onto physical prototypes, ensuring that your AR device delivers a flawless match, no matter what the disturbance. This aims to allow quality reviews with confidence, backed by the most accurate tracking Hololight Space has ever offered.


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