CADAR is Augmented Reality headset that enhances the familiar and known desktop modelling experience by adding an extra layer of interactivity and visibility to your workflow. It is designed mainly to be used in conjunction with a mouse and keyboard at a desktop monitor but is also able to be used in collaborative environments with multiple users to enable the fluid communication and visualisation of 3D designs.
Users are free to “grab” their 3D models and rotate them however they like, and interactive panels are easily placed around their AR environment to allow for a cleaner, more optimised workflow. CADAR also allows users to work in a collaborative environment with other CADAR users who can all see and interact with the currently displayed model. This makes sharing and viewing designs a more interactive and informative experience for everyone involved.
Lachlan Rowe is an avid designer who enjoys diving into wicked problems in order to create viable, real-world solutions. He utilises his skills in User Experience, Design Prototyping, and Design Visualisation to create complex and intriguing outputs for his projects. Lachlan is always on the lookout for new potential projects so that he can further his range of knowledge and skills.