- Shares of Vection Technologies (VR1) are trading in green after launching an update to their virtual reality design app, Mindesk
- The ASX listing states that Mindesk for Autodesk Revit offers a major expansion to its design platforms
- The technology combines extended reality, virtual reality and real-time rendering technologies.
- Broadly speaking, VR1 states that integration represents an important business opportunity and strengthens its vertical position in the industry.
- Shares of Vection Technologies are up 5.45% at 5.8 cents at 12:13 pm AEST
Shares of Vection Technologies (VR1) are trading in green after launching an update to their MinDesk virtual reality design app.
The virtual reality company today announced its “Mindesk for Autodesk Revit,” which claims to offer significant in-depth expansion of the design platforms supported by Mindesk.
According to VR1, the technology combines extended reality, virtual reality and real-time rendering technologies.
In-app, it allows one person to modify a computer-aided design (CAD) model in virtual reality mode, while another can intervene through a desktop.
Broadly speaking, VR1 claims that integration represents an important business opportunity and strengthens its vertical positioning in the industry in architecture, engineering, construction and real estate.
Mindesk Suite 2022 will be released later this year, but it is recommended that existing subscribers have immediate access to the Mindesk Suite 2022 preview.
Vection Technologies director Gabriele Sorrento said he hoped to add support to the product.
“Construction information modeling (BIM) designers, their teams, and customers can now benefit from the advanced visualizations and collaboration tools available at Mindesk,” he said.
Shares of Vection Technologies rose 5.45% and traded at 5.8 cents at 12:13 pm AEST.