Nextech AR Launches AI-Powered SaaS Software Platform
Toggle3D is a standalone web application enabling product designers and 3D artists to create, customize and publish 3D models and experiences, according to Nextech AR.
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September 23, 2022
Nextech AR Solutions Corp., a Metaverse company and provider of augmented reality experience technologies and 3D model services, has launched its Toggle3D, a new AI powered SaaS platform that enables the creation, design, configuration and deployment of 3D models at scale.
To experience the beta platform and try the technology, visit the Toggle3D website.
Toggle3D is a standalone web application, which enables product designers, 3D artists, marketing professionals and eCommerce site owners to create, customize and publish 3D models and experiences without any technical or 3D design knowledge required, according to Nextech AR.
The Toggle3D platform leveraged AI so raw CAD files can be converted to photo-realistic, fully textured 3D models at scale. Toggle3D technology creates optimized 3D meshessuitable for 3D and AR applications.
Toggle3D uses Nextech AR’s technology AI (enabling the conversion of CAD files into 3D models at scale) as well as the company’s ARitize Configurator product. Creators can easily transform their CAD files into 3D models, or bring their existing 3D models into the platform. Within the platform, creators will be able to conduct three types of projects that are all templatized for the user experience: 3D Product Configurators, Virtual Photography and Product Demos being rolled out in the near future.
To gain early adopters, Toggle3D will be available through a free trial and pro SaaS license. A free license will give users just enough functionality to try out the platform and experiment with the technology. By upgrading to a pro plan, users will be granted full access to the entire platform. This includes unlimited projects, more materials, larger file uploads, more storage and other advanced editing tools, according to the company.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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