Reduce Nonconformity with Augmented Reality
Improve the reliability of quality management processes simply by digitizing work instruction sheets. This ensures the completeness of your controls, the repeatability of the process and, above all, that you never miss a non-conformity.
Combining Deep Learning Algorithms with Augmented Reality
When using augmented reality (AR), deep learning techniques are beneficial because they allow machines to recognize and track objects in real time, which is essential for creating smooth AR experiences.
How the Industrial Metaverse Can Serve the Cause of Recycling
Designed to showcase the myriad benefits of the Industrial Metaverse for the environment and sustainability, this post aims to enlighten and inspire.
Meet Ridvan Polat: SOLIDWORKS Champion is Making Donuts!
Ridvan accepted the Commercial Innovation challenge to design and decorate a virtual donut for International Donut Day 2023. He utilized the Works portfolio, specifically, the 3DRender Role to bring his virtual donut to life, literally!
Improve Augmented Reality (AR) Accuracy with Machine Learning
Machine learning can help improve the quality and accuracy of the augmented reality experience by enabling detection and recognition of objects, surfaces, and user preferences. This helps create more immersive, interactive and relevant augmented reality experiences for users.
What is Augmented Reality in the Manufacturing Industry?
Often assimilated as a strange term in science fiction movies, augmented reality is now closer to everyday life and gradually evolving into the industrial world. Augmented reality (AR) technology integrates virtual elements in 3D (in real-time) within a real environment. The principle is to combine the virtual and the real worlds digitally to provide perfect integration.
Engineering exciting marketing experiences with interactive 3D
Yes, we are making more purchases online. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated e-commerce to about 20% of retail sales, but even bigger shifts are coming. Experts predict that online purchases will account for 95% of all retail by 2040.
The Rise of Interactive Marketing
Firms no longer need to manufacture their product before they create assets to promote it. New, digital technologies are poised to transform engineering and design data into easy-to-share visualizations for powerful online product experiences. The result? Interactive marketing with the help of realistic 3D assets that, thanks to a fast-developing open standard asset format called glTF, can be viewed and manipulated on any device.