Emersio AR Viewer

View high quality 3D models as if they are in the room with you using Emersio. Using state of the art markerless augmented reality technology, Emersio allows you to explore a large free collection of stunning high quality 3D models from any angle. No printed markers required.

Emersio AR Viewer

Emersio has been designed to aid communication during the research and development of complex engineering solutions. Using Emersio, high precision engineering solutions, engineering simulations and synthetic products can be applied and visualised at high precision, in real-world environments.

Developed by Wirth Research, a leader in computational fluid dynamics, Emersio was developed to support research, development, design and manufacture for the motor racing industry. However, the benefits of Emersio are also now being realised in the following commercial applications:

• Architecture design
• Environmental performance planning [ventilation & acoustics]
• Industrial aerodynamics
• Vehicle aerodynamics [Commercial Fleet, Car, Sportscar]
• Computational fluid dynamics
• Virtual service manuals

Emersio uses Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technology with live video from the camera to locate and place synthetic objects in a real environment.

Currently the supported devices are:
• iPad 2 and newer
• iPhone 4S and newer
• iPod Touch 5G

To illustrate the power and flexibility of Emersio a collection of free high quality models can be downloaded in the app. These range from everyday household objects & interior furniture examples to amazing racing cars and even NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover. More downloadable models will be added soon.

iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/id583000494?mt=8

Author: Kiran Voleti

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