10 minutes to learn LinceoVR 3.1 basics

August 27th, 2009

Many new users noted that on our website we still miss some useful video tutorial, we are working on them, and soon will be online.

I hope in the meanwhile that someone shall appreciate this new video.

10 minutes to learn in LinceoVR how to: export from Rhino a 3D model and to load in LiceoVR apply material to the scene setup shadows, background, HDRI ligthning define a product configuration in terms of material variants activate realtime depth of field record a realtime video save images at 8000×6000 pixels resolution in …. 3 seconds! wow! and something more…. Let me know if it has been useful or not.


10 minutes to learn LinceoVR 3.1 basics from Seac02 srl on Vimeo.

3D models used to create this short tutorial are avilable in the download area http://www.seac02.it/download/

How to build your custom AR application, in less then 30 minutes

July 6th, 2009

I am very happy to see that everyday the LinceoVR users community grows. LinceoVR is the first tool in the market for realtime design review that embeds Augmented Reality features (ie. instant camera matching), helping any user to visualize virtual product faster and cheaper then ever.

30 minutes to create your own AR application. From scratch.

You start with 3D-modelling with 3Ds Max, then create the model textures with Photoshop. Inside LinceoVR you can then apply bump-mapped custom materials to the model and render it in realtime or export is as a high-resolution movie or image.

The cool thing is that you can also create geometry and material variants for fast product prototyping, and compare the different created layouts in your surrounding real-world environment using Augmented Reality.

But the best thing has yet to come. You can continue the process creating a custom HTML+CSS+JS application with our Eligo SDK to create your very own augmented reality application.

The video below has been made by our partner Hanoul Neotech, and it shows how easy it is to create a custom augmented reality application, following all the above mentioned steps.

That is cool! I’d like to try it!

Really? Welcome on board then. LinceoVR is our professional virtual+augmented reality software, free to use for students for not commercial purposes. Go to our download page, signup and ask for a free student license!

If you’re not a student, a fully funcional 25-savings trial version of LinceoVR is however available to anyone with no time limitation. Go to our Download Center and install it now!

LinceoVR & Vuzix iWear AV920 + CamAR

June 15th, 2009

2 weeks ago we received a sample product from Vuzix, an iWear920 googles and CamAR module, we begun the integration in LinceoVR and in Eligo sdk.

LinceoVR and Eligo now support iWear in mono and in stereoscopy, we are working on the tracking capabilities for new excinting user experience.

Augmented reality is ready yet, Vuzix product opens new frontier in AR market, stay tuned for more news.

First live test for real immersive AR

Below a video made using Vizux product, the screen resolution was 1024×768, the CamAR video resolution was 800×600. The 3D model comes from Autodesk Alias Studiotool, all is in 3D, exterior and interior. Low frame rate is due to the notebook we used, but anything is in realtime, HDRI rendering, ambient occlusion shadows, geometry and material variants available with one click.

HairArt announced hair markerless try-on based on Eligo

June 11th, 2009

Seac02 Asian distributor Hanoul Neotech has released his new product based on Eligo and his object tracking features

An usefull AR solution, ready to go!

HairArt is 3D Hairstyle Simulation System using seac02 Eligo AR tech. User can experience cyber wigs and choice a preferring hair style. User can move his head freely with cyber wigs. Over 300 different hair stile have been defined, the application will be installed in common point of sales, and can run on standard PC, it uses a common webcam to perform realtime tracking. See below the interface and a runtime video.


Augmented World Expo

4-5 June

Santa Clara (CA)

Booth 75


Mobile Augmented Reality Platform.
Coming soon!

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