One-Click App Turns 3D Models Into Interactive AR/VR

TEL AVIV, Israel --- The leading universal AR/VR software company, WakingApp offers add-ins that allow AUTODESK REVIT & FUSION 360 users to transform their 3D designs into augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences without AR/VR programming skills or experience. WakingApp's Revit add-in and Fusion 360 add-in support seamless content generation, a game-changer for millions of CAD users worldwide - enabling file sharing and file fixing for their designs prior to the prototype and printing stage. With just a few mouse clicks, users can turn CAD into AR or VR, and share it with clients and colleagues instantly.

These add-ins are expected to have a profound impact on AR/VR design efficiency, as well as to disrupt current business models that have long separated CAD users from AR/VR design. Content generated using the add-ins will be password-protected by default, so that only the user and authorized viewers will be able to view it. The password is initiated directly to the user Autodesk account's registered email address within minutes after the process has begun. WakingApp staff will be on hand at the Nov 14 MEETUP for Fusion 360 users and from November 15-17 in AU CONFERENCE LAS VEGAS to demonstrate the new plug-ins in person.

With the ENTiTi Creator (WakingApp's cloud-based platform), CAD users can add interactivity to their designs, such as colors, animating objects and more. This software allows CAD users to edit existing projects created by the Revit or Fusion 360 add-in. Once users save and publish content in ENTiTi, their AR/VR experience can be immediately shared and viewed by clients and colleagues. It's easy to use and requires no prior AR or VR experience.

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.

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