The latest release to Snobal VR is a big one. We have added new collaboration tools including:
- Infinity Space – you can now load and view 1:1 scaled models (factories, manufacturing equipment, aircraft, ships, etc) from the no-code Snobal admin dashboard to view in the infinity space. Great for customer product demos to increase buy-in and understanding, design testing and review of engineering designs, or even use for new hire onboarding.
- 3D model controls – use the scale and rotate controls for 3D models to get up close to 3D models that you import into your virtual environment. Great for customer product demos and design collaboration and review.
- Breakout Rooms – we’ve added breakout rooms to templated environments including Reception Hall, Command Room, and the Amphitheatre. Ideal for team breakouts and private meetings.
- Whole room voice broadcast – a whole room broadcast feature on the Amphitheatre podium. Ideal for use in whole team presentations.
- Crowd Control – the ability to mute and remove disruptive attendees from virtual environments.
- Table Manners – we’ve added the ability to teleport to and auto orientate the view for group meetings. Helps in ensuring social etiquette and comfort.
- Launch VR apps from within the Snobal VR space – you can now upload your VR app from the no code admin dashboard and then launch the app within Snobal VR. Great for delivering virtual training and assessment as part of a curriculum, for example.
And there’s more….
We’ve also brought on some general life improvements including:
- Network reconnection upon internet droppages.
- CI/CD setup for Pico Neo3, HTC Focus, and Windows builds
- Multiple Scalability improvements:
- Huge reduction in Avatar RAM usage
- LOD system for Avatars
- Enable/Disable lip-sync based on distance
- Improved logic to reduce Avatar transform traffic
- Enabled Foveated rendering
Want to experience these features firsthand? The best way is to schedule a demo. Reach out below.
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