Leonar3Do Launches Leopoly
Leonar3Do's (Budapest, Hungary) was at CES2014 with its new LeoPoly/LeoSculpt on-line modeller. Leopoly is a super-easy to use 3D modeller, ideal to creat your own 3D-printable objects in no time.
The loeopoly models database is already 15,000 models strong so you have no to start from scratch.
Leopoly is compatible with the Leonar3Do hardware kit, which lets you break out of the 2D and work in virtual space using head tracked goggles and the Bird, the first 3D mouse.
Leonar3Do hardware offers the world’s first interactive desktop Virtual Reality kit that not only displays 3D, but also integrates you into your own personal virtual space. With Leonar3Do’s revolutionary Bird – the first true 3D mouse available for home and business users – you can reach, grab, work and play in virtual space. The hardware set comes with head-tracked stereoscopic goggles, enabling users to have the most natural viewing experience – turn your head and view your objects from different angles, move closer and the object zooms in accordingly.
Leonar3Do Video Introduction
The basic version of LeoPoly is free to use online but if you fork $9.99 per month, you have access to the full 3D interaction with "The Bird".
Excepted with the basic free version, interaction is done with a device called "The Bird", a kind of spikey-looking hand held force-feedback flying mouse.
With humble beginnings that started as a science project in 2005, Leonar3Do was the brainchild of then 19-year old innovator Daniel Rátai. Leonar3Do was formally founded in 2010 as a private company based in Budapest, Hungary.
With its products now sold around the world, Leonar3Do has become a pioneer and award-winning provider of virtual reality offerings aimed at the educational, health care, mechanical engineering, gaming sectors and general business market.
The complete Leonar3Do 3D stereoscopic package costs 499$.