Virtual Reality Platform Enables Makers To Design Objects With Hand Motions [Video]

Virtual Reality Platform Enables Makers To Design Objects With Hand Motions [Video]

Sixense allows people to manipulate objects and tools in a 3D space with their hands.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 30 january 2014

Sixense Entertainment, a company of developers, engineers, and experts in 3D modeling and entertainment, and virtual reality, is planning to launch a Kickstarter campaign for MakeVR, its virtual reality 3D modeling and design software that allows people to create designs and objects in 3D space by using natural hand motions.

MakeVR is designed to make 3D modeling and printing simple and easy without the complicated menus and operations. So simple that even folks without a technical or engineering background can easily manipulate objects and tools to create 3D models and send them to a 3D printer.

MakeVR works with Sixense’s STEM System, the company’s wireless and modular motion-tracking platform that was created for virtual reality and video games. The crowdfunding campaign for MakeVR will enable Sixense to launch the product later this year.



Learn more about MakeVR in the video below.


Source: VentureBeat

Images: Sixense

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