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Mixed Reality Platform announced by Canon and RTT

Canon partners with RTT USA to integrate visualization platforms


Recently RTT USA Inc., announced they entered into a strategic agreement with Canon USA, Inc., to combine RTT DeltaGen®, high-end 3D visualization software with Canon’s new advanced Mixed Reality (MR) platform, contributing to reduced development times during the product design process by merging real and virtual worlds.

The partnership aims to help OEMs bring their products to market faster. With seamless integration of RTT DeltaGen with the Canon MREAL System, users in design and engineering are able to experience lifelike product designs in enhanced visual quality-advancing the relevancy of the digital model even further.

“The introduction of Canon’s MREAL System with the capability to integrate highly realistic product designs and interact with them in a Mixed Reality setting through Canon’s Head- Mounted Display (HMD) represents a leap ahead of existing Virtual Reality (VR) systems, that merely focus on computer-generated environments,” said Peter Stevenson, CEO RTT USA. Linking RTT DeltaGen to the new MREAL System allows the users from various industrial sectors to go way beyond typical VR technology and combine the rich visual information of the real world with the flexibility of computer generated (CG) images in high visual quality. As a result, the new MREAL System will enhance a wide range of industrial applications such as product lifecycle management (PLM), digital prototypes and industrial design studies.

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“We are very excited about our partnership with RTT and the sophisticated 3D visualization capabilities RTT DeltaGen software brings to our Mixed Reality solution. By combining Canon’s advanced HMD with a robust software platform and high-end 3D visualizations, product designs can be brought to life with a complete new visual experience,” said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A.

About RTT

RTT is the leading, one-stop provider of high-end software, consulting and creative services in the professional 3D visualization space. Its clients include most leading car companies and the company has over 700 employees in 14 offices worldwide. The company was founded in Munich, Germany in 1999. To learn more visit:

Architosh Analysis

RTT is an interesting company with some powerful technology. Their Delta line of software, like DeltaGen only runs on Windows 7 x64 Edition or Windows XP x64 Edition Service Pack 2. Systems must have Nvidia Quadro or Quadro FX cards as they are the only ones capable of displaying all the visual effects and shaders created with RTT’s software. Unfortunately for Mac users–despite the availability of Nvidia FX support–there is no native version for RTT’s software on OS X.

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