16:25 27 March 2017
Dotty, a new augmented reality visualisation app, has been recently launched on both iOS and Android. The app has been recently accepted into the Plug and Play (Internet of Things) accelerator for providing three-dimensional visualisation tools for augmented reality viewers.
Dotty co-founder Ajay Shah said: “We are working with TurboSquid to convert their library into AR and VR. We can take any platform and convert it into AR. That’s really what’s going to take AR to the next level.”
He added: “Every other augmented reality company talks about it as putting furniture into your home. We break things down from complex systems so that the technology can be used for training and teaching on site.”
Dotty has also partnered with Osterhout Design Group, the eye wearable manufacturer which last year has raised $58 million of funds in a 21st Century Fox-deal.
Pete Jameson, ODG COO, said: “3D viewing in augmented reality is a key use case for ODG smartglasses in the enterprise, and DOTTY’s software is helping to push boundaries and offer customers a new way to work in 3D by enabling collaboration in AR from wherever you are located. We are excited to offer DOTTY in our App store and to make innovative hardware-software solutions available to those wanting advanced, collaborative 3D visualization tools on our glasses.”
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