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Vrifier is a 3D model & data viewer for extended realities with built-in optimization and export for large models and datasets. Interface is customized for quick and easy 3D viewing for both professional and casual use. Vrifier has a built-in mesh simplification, which enables viewing even complex models in VR. You can download Vrifier Early Access from Steam Store for free.
“Metro is a complicated and wide-ranging infrastructure site. The smoke vent system, which was selected as the pilot area, includes several controllable functions, and the smoke extraction area is considerable. The XR model helps us gain an understanding of the complex system despite the limitations of the physical environment.“
Fire safety expert, West Metro project
“The VR was a GREAT success at the conference, we had a lot of people coming by to test out the experience and they were all really impressed by the quality of the production and how cool it was to get to visit the two DCs this way. They were also really impressed by the details, colors and just the whole package. No one I talked to had ever tried a VR that was this good. I even had companies that makes VR in Stavanger coming by saying that this is first class work.”
Green Mountain Marketing and Media coordinator
“We use Vrifier daily to illustrate our designs. The program is easy to use and navigation in the model is easy even for a first time user. For our designers, Vrifier is a great tool for exploring spatial qualities and various design solutions. The interface and fast operation makes it easy to compare alternative designs. In many projects, hopes and demands change quickly making fast iterations necessary. It is important for us to have a tool for easy visualization and viewing of modelled data in a VR environment.”
Architect, Head of Development, Sigge Architects
COMING SOON. We are currently working with a large scale VR-production for MUISTI, center of war and peace in Mikkeli. The Center and the VR-experience will open to public in spring 2021. Stay tuned to find out more.