CAD + Augmented & Virtual Reality

Shannon McGarry Shannon McGarry October 24, 2016

1 min read

Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are already here!


Most of us have already been exposed to AR apps such as Pokémon GO or enjoyed a roller-coaster simulation in VR. But have you ever wondered what your 3D design could look like in augmented & virtual reality? WakingApp, an Autodesk partner, was established almost 4 years ago with the vision of enabling designers to create and view AR and VR experiences easily without writing a single line of code.


The ENTiTi platform is designed for non-programmers, allowing the creation of dynamic behaviors through a patent-pending technology with a smooth, easy-to-use interface. The platform is cloud-based and the content is interchangeable. Whenever content is generated or updated, it is immediately available for viewing on multiple platforms including mobile devices, GearVR, and desktop devices such as the Oculus Rift & HTC Vive.


ENTiTi has recently launched a Fusion 360 add-in that allows seamless content-generation. With just a few mouse clicks, you can turn your CAD into AR or VR, and share it with your friends, clients, and colleagues. Content generated using the add-in will be password-protected by default, so that only you and your authorized viewers will be able to view it. You get the password directly to your Autodesk account’s registered email address within minutes after the process has begun.




But it doesn’t end here! If you want to add interactivity to your design, such as controlling colors, animating the object and much more – you can do so easily, by downloading ‘ENTiTi Creator’ and editing your existing projects created by the Fusion 360 add-in. It’s easy to use and requires no prior AR or VR experience.


ENTiTi Augmented reality creator from WakingApp on Vimeo.


For more information about the ENTiTi platform visit the WakingApp website and make sure to get their latest add-in for Fusion 360 here.

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