HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
<p>Leave the guidance to our software. With VISCOPIC Pins you can easily and quickly create Augmented<br />Reality content yourself for devices like the Microsoft HoloLens – with no need for programming skills. Pins<br />is a Windows application that allows the generated virtual instruction steps to be projected precisely onto<br />real objects and infrastructures. The technology can be used in many ways in industry - especially the areas<br />of assembly, quality assurance, manufacturing, production, installation, safety instructions, and maintenance<br />are optimally supported by the use of Augmented Reality.<br /><br />First, a virtual 3D image of an environment or product is created from CAD data. Then so-called pins can be attached. These can be enriched with information. The worksteps can be accessed via AR glasses and projected onto the real<br />environment.<br /><br />Use VISCOPIC Pins to create Augmented Reality step-by-step instructions for production, maintenance, repair, installation, or training. With Augmented Reality, the right information is displayed at the right time and in the right position on the real object. This means:<br /><br />- Clearer manuals<br />- Reduced failure rates<br />- Standardized processes<br />- No programming skills needed<br />- Fast transfer to output device<br /><br />VISCOPIC Pins is an editor with which AR content can easily be generated. The operation is intuitive - with just a few<br />mouse clicks, contents can be placed on a CAD model and then output as a hologram at exactly this point on the real<br />object using AR glasses or a tablet or smartphone. Possible applications are training courses for production and quality<br />management, maintenance and repair of machines.</p>
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