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Interactive Autodesk Stingray application

edddison supports Stingray the brand new real-time rendering software. Export Revit files to 3D Max and then to Stingray. A direct link to 3ds Max and real-time rendering enables you to walk through designed spaces before they’re built.



Use a point-cloud in Navisworks

and start communicating interactively with your model. Read a tutorial how to do.  Download and try out the file.



Experience edddison on HP Sprout

edddison for Navisworks and Stingray is running on HP Spout computers.



Written by Thomas Kienzl

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edddison is an authoring tool for non-programmers to create interactive 3D applications. edddison offers a user interface for non-professionals, simplifies the navigation and handling of 3D models.

Unity3D 5.x or higher
Unreal Engine 4.15 or higher
Autodesk Navisworks Simulate and Manage 2015 or higher
Trimble SketchUp Pro and Make 2014 or higher (Desktop Versions)
Tecnomatix Plant Simulation 15.0 or higher

edddison works in a split screen mode, where the interface is separated from the 3D display, making navigation much easier. The usage of a floor plan helps users to avoid getting lost in virtual space.

No. You can present your project using a tablet, touchscreen or use your webcam and printed barcodes.

PC with Windows 10 or 11 + supported 3D software

End user: People who have no idea about to prepare a real-time 3D application. This user group are mainly managers, client, architects, designers, marketers, sales reps and they need tools to capture the attention of colleagues, managers, stakeholders and clients and get them involved in making decisions on the spot.
Professional user: This group has technical background, like developers, engineers, visualization and media designers, 3D artists etc. Persons that usually create 3D files and realtime applications.

Find out more in the edddison Documentation