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Bringing 3D to the People

March 14, 2011

Right Hemisphere’s business is to make 3D as easy to use and ubiquitous as text. What has historically been the play-thing of engineers can be used throughout the business to create all manner of associated documents and visuals you need to bring products to the market.

Take Technical Documentation like User Manuals and Service Manuals. Even for the most simple products these usually contain dozens if not hundreds of 2D line drawings which would each take hours to sketch from scratch, and can now be outputted in minutes from Deep Exploration at a much higher quality. This ability has helped Technical Illustrators reach much higher levels of productivity, and with much higher quality outputs.

Marketers, Sales people, Service teams, and Manufacturing Managers can all benefit from outputting 2D images using 3D product models, but the next level in efficiency happens when these teams publish into 3D, either as a 3D PDF or with HTML Embedded Deep View. 3D is a very natural communication medium in it’s own right, as it is instantly understandable and doesn’t depend on language ability or technical training.

In 3D, work instructions can be shown in annotated steps and procedures animations, which show exactly how a procedure should be done. One animation can replace 10-15 2D images and thousands of words, which reduces translation costs and improves cross-cultural communication. Some clients are reducing their total Servicing, Manufacturing and Training instructions from several manuals down to 2 or 3 PDF or RH files.

Here is a demonstration of 3D PDFs from the Right Hemisphere site: http://bit.ly/en0QyF

If you would like to know how you can use 3D to make your company more efficient, please contact us.

Furthermore, if you would like to share an example of using 3D in a new and novel way, we would love to hear it!

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