This tutorial covers how to access KeyShot and the Network Rendering option through the College of Design license server.
KeyVR allows you to view KeyShot files in the VR environment. You have to use it on a VR system with VR headset running. Currently, Cart 1 in the 2nd floor atrium has it installed. Instructions on how to log in and start the VR system is available by a QR code on a card attached to the front door of the cart. Here are several helpful links to learn KeyVR …
KeyVR Website: https://www.keyshot.com/keyvr/
KeyVR Manual: https://luxion.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/KVR/overview?homepageId=520814639
Introducing KeyVR – One-Click VR: https://youtu.be/RQbf_OvV0yw
KeyVR: Best Practice and Workflow: https://youtu.be/MdzxAwGnCkw
Using KeyVR Connect: https://youtu.be/GVWhUZvEfFI
screens – infotainment reviews
screens is a company that provides reviews and detail analysis of vehicle infotainment systems. A design can tryout and explore a dashboard in a vehicle right from their desktop. Although full access is expensive, they do provide good resources in their free account, YouTube channel and monthly newsletters.
Website & free account: https://www.screensstudio.com & app.screensstudio.com
VR Carts – Basic Setup
Gravity Sketch on a VR Cart
Link to PDF file: GravitySketch
3D Color Printing
Cradle Caddy – Sketchfab Online Viewer
This is an example of a SketchFab 3D online viewer.
Cradle Caddy – Web Configurator
Click on this link: https://purdy.gatech.edu/cradle_craddy_conf/keyshot-configurator.html
Cradle Caddy – Keyshot XR
Click on this link: https://purdy.gatech.edu/cradle_caddy/cradle_caddy.html. Click and drag on the image to rotate view.
VR Cart Software
This link pulls up a PDF of the current software installed on the VR Carts.