Holo-Light will be showcasing XRnow, an enterprise-grade converged industrial metaverse platform for hosting, streaming and scaling AR/VR applications at Booth 613 at AWE USA. This industrial metaverse brings the power of the cloud to mobile XR, offering limitless computing power, smart orchestration of resources, and high scalability. Holo-Light also expands device support with the addition of hardware from Microsoft, Meta, Magic Leap, Lenovo, and Qualcomm.
XRnow brings multiple benefits to users. By providing a centralized infrastructure for streaming, managing, and accessing all XR applications, the platform enables efficient and secure workflows across distributed teams and increases accessibility through global reach. increase. Streaming through the cloud or on-premises servers gives you the performance you need for a quality user experience on any device, anywhere, anytime. By connecting to established data sources such as PLM systems, XRnow acts as a single source of truth for data of any size and complexity, facilitating consistent, error-free workflows. Additionally, XRnow enhances security through streaming and centralized monitoring, keeping sensitive data away from devices and protecting against potential security breaches.
Experience the Use Case: Engineering Apps for AR and VR
AWE visitors can experience the benefits of XRnow in a personal demo using Holo-Light’s AR Engineering Space AR 3S. It is the world’s first professional industrial metaverse application that runs on the XRnow ecosystem and enables interaction and multi-user mode between AR and VR. Engineers and industrial designers use his AR 3S to visualize complex full-scale 3D CAD models, combine them with physical components, evaluate and manipulate them in a physical environment. AR 3S enables everyone involved in the product development process to collaborate in real time on the same digital twin, regardless of location.
The latest version of AR 3S supports AR devices such as Microsoft HoloLens 2, as well as VR devices such as Meta Quest 2, enabling seamless interaction between the two. AWE will allow visitors to step into the industrial metaverse using a variety of AR and VR devices including Microsoft HoloLens 2, Meta Quest 2, Lenovo ThinkReality A3, Magic Leap 2 and more.
Expanded collaboration with XR hardware vendors
Holo-Light is expanding the number of devices supported by its streaming technology and platform, enabling XR software vendors to use remote rendering and streaming on even more devices. Following official support for Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Meta Quest 2, the company has announced support for additional platforms. Compatibility with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces platform will allow developers and businesses to stream their applications to Lenovo’s ThinkReality A3 and announced VRX devices. Enterprises will be able to stream XR apps to Magic Leap 2. Enterprises interested in streaming applications to these newly added platforms will have the opportunity to pilot this technology.
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