STAFFORDSHIRE, UK, Apr 26, 2017 – Theorem Solutions free Visualization application for the Microsoft HoloLens, mixed reality device, has been officially launched on the Microsoft App Store and is now available for download.
It’s a simple process to download the free Visualization Experience App from the Microsoft App store, and only requires a few details for validation: name, company name, a valid email address and Microsoft HoloLens headset.
The user will then receive an email that needs to be responded to in order to unlock a free 90 day trial of the Theorem Mixed Reality Visualization Experience.
The Visualization Experience gives users access to a number of different sets of engineering data supplied by Theorem, that can be used to test the ‘experience’ in the Mixed Reality realm and see how the technology can suit a number of different use cases.
At any time during the free trial, users have the option to upgrade to the full subscription license (further details upon request) which will enable them to load their own engineering and manufacturing CAD and PLM data where it is automatically optimized for use in the Microsoft HoloLens.
Theorem’s Experience Server then streams the data to the device allowing the user to interact and engage with their data like never before. The data comes to life in the Visualization Experience as it’s selected on the device, giving the user complete freedom of movement to view, manipulate and interrogate their 3D data, all controlled by the use of hand gestures and voice commands.
To download the free App from the Microsoft App Store please visit: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9nfvr4dp3c6q
For further information, please visit http://www.theorem.com/digital-realities.
About Theorem Solutions
Theorem Solutions works with engineering and manufacturing companies to reduce the cost of project collaboration with their customers, suppliers and internal departments. The innovative and advanced data translation products and services provided also helps to protect the value of engineering data and the intellectual property it contains.
For more information, visit www.theorem.com.