3dRudder allows you to work more productively by creating a natural and direct relationship between you and your work environment. Explore how 3dRudder can work for you below:
Visualization, Simulation, Real Estate, Tourism & Retail. A whole new way to try it on
Whether it’s imagining themselves in new threads, toying with the idea of second home, or dreaming of a winter vacation, nothing gets customers to feel confident about a purchase like the ability to test it out. While there are VR solutions out there that allow just that, moving around in them isn’t natural or easy and can bog the experience down. 3dRudder takes seconds to learn, so customers’ can have an immersive and appealing trial experience.
Discover the full benefits of the 3dRudder in Virtual Reality.
CAD, Design & Architecture
Move with your feet. Design with your hands
As design professionals, we know the unique challenges posed by working/moving in 3D aren’t being solved by the navigation solutions out there today. Whether it’s the distraction of toggling between moving within the 3D design and creating it, or the difficulty of working with a 3D mouse, designers’ hands are overwhelmed. By relying on feet to navigate around and within digital models, 3dRudder makes your workflow much smoother and productive: Free of the responsibility to move, your hands are able to shape, scale, and design with much more focus. Simple enough for anyone to use, 3dRudder lets clients, visualize, explore and move around your work in VR, so on presentation day, they can finally experience it for the immersive work that it is.
When two hands aren’t enough
Machine-aided movement enables us to feats of power and precision as well as confronts us with a complexity problem. For surgeons controlling a camera in the OR to pilots manning a submersible drone, sometimes two hands simply aren’t enough to get the job done. By providing a natural and precise movement controller powered by our feet, 3dRudder is an incredible development for anyone who needs to do complex tasks with their hands while navigating an instrument or craft.