Gravity Sketch has developed a 3D-application for virtual reality glasses
Gravity Sketch intends to release an application for 3D modeling that has the virtual reality feature already in December of this year. Previously, the program for the 3D models creation was available only to iPad owners, but now users of other platforms will also have a chance to use it.
Over the 2 years spent on the development of application, the developers managed to significantly improve the program. Now the user of OculusRift or HTC Vive augmented reality glasses will be able to draw without using the screen, basically drawing in the air.
Similar program already exists for HTC Vive, but if TiltBrush is aimed at artists, this 3D editor will be useful specifically for the industrial designers.
Typically they create sketches in 2D format and then convert a model into a three-dimensional plane. Eventually, the idea which seems successful at its sketch phase later looses a part of its advantages after printing, and that is caused by the limited software capabilities. New application will at once allow the designer to see the eventual shape of the product. This will greatly simplify the process of its creation and reduce the time for its development.
The declared cost of the application is 59 dollars but for the Kickstarter investors it will cost about 2 times cheaper – 32 dollars.
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