Shared Design Space™, or SDS™ for short, is a multi-touch interactive mixed reality platform that allows multiple users to interact over high-speed wired or wireless internet access across continents or within the corporate structure.
This technology allows users to manipulate, share and collaborate concepts and designs in real time on any flat surface. Multi-touch means that multiple users can use the platform for design purposes, such as architectural design, graphics and animation development.
The highlights of this platform is that companies or parties across continents are able to not only see each other, but interact and share documents in a way that was traditionally impossible using conventional methods.
City Planning Space User base: Professional design teams such as Architects and City Planners who need to a shared design space to efficiently communicate ideas and see immediate results. Key Selling Points: 2D and 3D design interfaces are merged with multi-user support for the easy creation of custom virtual mass models. Intuitive fly-through navigation and extensive customization functions make this a natural yet powerful design tool. Technology: Pen-based multi-user input and real-time 3D positional and rotational tracking. Other Possible Usage Areas: Schematic design, product design, architectural design (single-layer blueprints).
• Architectural fly-thru™
Engineers, designers and architects now have a tool in which they can see and navigate through a building before the construction has even begun. The Architectural Fly-Thru takes blue-prints and renders them into full scale 3D models on the computer.
Once the rendering is complete, the user can then use a 'virtual-camera' to navigate through the building in a manner than a conventional mouse would find cumbersome. By tilting the camera like you would in real life in all directions, the 'virtual-camera' will guide the user through the building like he or she is actually walking though it.
Architectural Fly-through at USC User base: Architects and anyone in 3D design who need to demonstrate their designs in 3D for visualization purposes. Key Selling Points: Navigation through the 3D environment is intuitive and effortless, and overcomes the limitations of the traditional mouse and keyboard. Technology: Patented multisided vision-based tracking with multiple cameras. Other Possible Usage Areas: Any 3D navigation applications, such as 3D maps of large exhibitions.
MXR Corporation Pte Ltd specializes in "Interactive Tangible Mixed Reality" technology. Ask about licensing our patents, technologies and applications. MXR Corporation is protected under comprehensive patents in the United States and other countries. U.S patents include 7,295,220 and 7,474,318, and other pending patents in various countries. Singapore patents include: P.NO. 127607.