HelloVR 3D, Leonar3Do
Leonar3Do, an award-winning provider of virtual reality (VR) offerings, today announced a new smartphone app that enables users to interact in a virtual reality environment - using their computer. Additionally, the app lets users convert their smartphones into a 3D mouse. This new offering from Leonar3Do frees users from having to make further investments in 3D equipment and provides real convenience in being able to create and work in a virtual reality environment right from their exiting PC. Available for free, the app will be available for download from Google Play in the first quarter of 2013.
In a separate announcement, the company also introduced a new line of software products aimed at the educational market, dubbed Vimensio, and unveiled the first online 3D app store. Leonar3Do will be demonstrating its new products in South Hall 4, Booth #36278.
Users simply download the application from www.leonar3do.com/hellovr and convert their PC and smartphone device into a real-life like Virtual Reality environment. Once the app is downloaded, launched and linked through a WiFi network, users can sculpt, learn, create and appreciate the endless possibilities of the new virtual space from their PC.
The application requires no additional hardware, yet it enables users to create 3D interaction previously only possible with costly hardware. Just as the rise of consumer tablets have seen explosive growth and adoption, Leonar3Do's new offering outfits users with the convenience of exploring, interacting and learning. Users simply follow these 3 steps to get started:
Download the free application on Google Play to one's smartphone
Download the company's System Software to a computer
Link them through a WiFi network and start using the system
"We're delighted to introduce this app that offers the ability to transform one's PC and smartphone into a 3D workspace. This is just the first of several tools and apps we plan to deliver to customers that will help them explore and create and be inspired," stated Roland Manyai, Leonar3Do's business development and marketing director.