Pedestal brings the design process to mixed reality, enabling collaborative holographic visualization of optimized 3D models, including annotation and markup, and IoT integration.
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Pedestal assists in the design of conceptual objects, real-world manufactured items, or 3D scans of sculptures, paintings, or people. Display virtual representations of 3D objects in your physical environment at any scale.
Use Pedestal to to test and evaluate human-machine interaction and interface design. Mixed-reality UI designs can be combined with real-world equipment or prototypes to explore and test user interfaces.
Shared Experience Technology lets your team collaborate locally and remotely. Synchronous and asynchronous collaboration sessions are possible with annotations and markups which persist with the 3D objects.
Pedestal can overlay a live feed of IoT data regarding the actual product(s) in question, display simulation data, and provide links to associated content such as user-manuals, videos, maintenance history, and more.
Pedestal empowers a designer with an unprecedented view of their work, allowing them to spot and remedy potential UX, UI, and aesthetic issues early in the design process.
Teams can use the synchronous and asynchronous collaboration capabilities to communicate and review projects on their own terms, enabling efficient cooperation and feedback.
Armed with a more robust understanding of the design, and easy communication tools, teams can iterate far more quickly, reducing the need for costly physical prototypes.
With Pedestal, end users can test the functionality of a product before a physical version is ever created, allowing designers to gain valuable feedback early in the design cycle.
Industrial designers can quickly and easily collaborate with their mechanical and electrical engineers to conduct design reviews and perform immersive client presentations.
TRAINING & SIMULATION
Pedestal offers great utility in displaying IoT and simulation data about real-world objects over a virtual twin. It can also be used in training and education for a new piece of equipment.
Pedestal can be used to stitch digital 2D clothing patterns together on a 3D mannequin, allowing a fashion designer to ensure that a pattern draft will create the desired garment.