– Janis Kondrats, CTO at Anatomy Next
Real-time 3D Product Configurator
OneShot 3D is a real-time 3D configurator for the swimming pool, spa, and home improvement professionals. This software helps deliver business presentations at customer sites and points of sale since it runs on laptops, Macs, and tablets.
If your designs use standard products, you can save time by drawing from standard object libraries. For customized items usage, you can ask to design additional 3D objects you need.
The augmented reality feature enables you to add 3D objects to existing photos. The software will adjust for things like scale, ground surface, and sun position to render the image as realistic as possible.
The 3D configurator allows you to configure 3D objects down to the very last detail. Your design will showcase the full range of possibilities that your products can offer. Touch technology enables one ease to rotate, position, tilt, and move objects at the touch of fingertips.
The software produces advanced lighting effects, accurate reflections, and realistic textures. So you can project your customer into a seamless virtual environment in a few minutes.
A French company with a strong focus on the production of software products for designers.
When the client came to us, a successful app had already existed. But the client decided to improve business position in the market by upgrading a mobile app. So, we were challenged to move your existing project to a newer version of Unity.
The client entrusted us with creating new data visualizations and providing code analysis and refactoring services. There was also the task of providing application support.
First, we have analyzed project requirements concerning resources and deadlines. This helped us to decide on what approach to choose.
To transfer the project to the modern Unity version, we picked the Unity game engine and the C# language. These changes allow one to support 64-bit devices. We adapted the new visualization pipelines. As native libraries do not support 64-bit architecture, we added new hardware libraries.
Transferring to the new Unity version and 64-bit devices support resulted significantly increase OneShot’s customer base.