Welcome to the Metaverse The concept of the metaverse has been gaining a lot of attention lately, and there’s no sign of stopping. The metaverse market share is expected to rise to $936.6 billion by 2030 — a massive jump from a projected $82
Learn how augmented reality helps businesses learn quicker, build faster, and increase their operational efficiency.
Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality Modernization is becoming increasingly important for companies in the 21st century. Extended reality technologies, like augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), are some of the solutions companies are adopting to improve operational processes and reduce
We are excited to see new head mounted displays (HMDs) come to market, and we anticipate continued innovation in the HMD market for some time to come.
When it comes to Magic Leap 2, there’s an awful lot to like. Most notably, the ML2’s wide, 70-degree field of view creates an extremely natural, immersive AR environment.
No. Manifest does not support 1D asset tags. Because Manifest work instructions are often augmented with 3D content that needs to be spatially anchored to physical equipment, QR codes are required. 1D asset tags do not contain enough information. However,
Yes, some solutions support 1D asset tags in limited ways. It is important to note, however, that 1D asset tags typically only include information about the specific pierce of equipment and do not contain enough information to spatially anchor 3D
So, I must put a QR code on every piece of equipment when using Manifest AR-enabled work instructions?
No. Manifest offers an option to use a virtual QR code. But, if possible, physically affixing a QR code to every piece of equipment is often the best approach. To understand how QR codes are used with AR-work instructions, please
No. Many solutions have alternatives including using a virtual QR code. But, if possible, physically affixing a QR code to every piece of equipment is often the best approach. To understand how QR codes are used with AR-work instructions, please
No. There is a virtual option that doesn’t require affixing anything on the physical objects. For a detailed explanation of QR codes and different approaches, please review this blog post. QR Codes or ” fiducial markers” are necessary for Manifest
Do I have to use a QR code with an augmented reality work instructions solution– I can’t put anything on my equipment?
No. But it is often the best approach. QR codes are a type of a barcode that is a machine-readable optical label which contains information. They are commonly used with augmented reality work instruction solutions for two primary reasons. First,
No, absolutely not. However, Manifest users can enhance step-by-step guidance with 3D models. Here some things to consider when considering 3D models.
Some AR-enabled work instruction solutions do require starting with a 3D model. Here are a few things to consider when regarding 3D models
Yes, Manifest by Taqtile is architected to work in a variety of environments.
Most work instruction solutions available do not support such deployments. However, solutions such as Taqtile’s Manifest do support on-premise deployments.
Taqtile believes in supporting a broad set of devices to help workers get jobs done efficiently. Manifest supports HMDs, wearables, tablets, phones, and PCs.