|By PR Newswire||
|April 14, 2014 07:07 AM EDT||
BOULDER, Colo., April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Limitless Computing Inc.®, a leading provider of 3D mobile Augmented Reality, today announced immediate availability of SightSpace View, its Trimble SketchUp plugin and companion mobile app that quickly and easily deploys designs to mobile.
The SightSpace View plugin, which supports SketchUp 2014, connects a QR-code to a SketchUp model. When the code is scanned with the SightSpace View mobile app (on Apple or Android), the model appears in the real-world overlaid onto the code.
"SightSpace View is an exceptionally impactful marketing tool and an effective way to use 3D content to drive sales, check construction progress, share models, and build brand recognition," commented Dr. Errin T. Weller, president, Limitless Computing Inc. "This truly is Augmented Reality for everyone."
Limitless Computing will showcase SightSpace View at SketchUp 3D Basecamp 2014, taking place April 14-16 in Vail, Colorado.
A free download for PC or Mac is available now at http://limitlesscomputing.com/sightspace/view.
About SightSpace View Plugin and Mobile App
SightSpace View plugin can connect to any Trimble SketchUp digital model with a QR code for the ultimate mobile AR experience. When scanned with the free View mobile app, users experience the 3D design overlaid onto the real-world using the live camera feed of the device. View service starts at $29/month with a free mobile app viewer.
About Limitless Computing
Boulder, CO-based Limitless Computing Inc. has provided cloud computing since 2006, specializing in Augmented Reality. Limitless Computing brought Augmented Reality to Trimble SketchUp in 2011 with the release of the mobile application SightSpace 3D for Apple and added Kindle Fire and Android devices in 2012. (www.LimitlessComputing.com)
Limitless Computing, its logo, and SightSpace are registered trademarks of Limitless Computing Inc. All others brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.
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