IMXR® Contents (Web VR Editor)
Web VR Editor
Web VR Editor is a web-based VR content driving software that implements VR programs in a web browser through scenario creation and editing of VR content. Once the software and database are installed on the server, it is a product that users can use through a web browser. It is configured in the same way as a general web service.
Point 1) Virtual reality simulation applied with 3D scan data can be used in various fields.
Point 2) Web-based VR scenario technology enables display of various scenes.
Point 3) By applying 3D data to a virtual reality environment, users can feel as if they are there.
Main Features of Web VR Editor
Edit 360 space scenario
Support various multimedia
DB-based account management
Provides web-based VR scenario editing technology to support ease of creation and management of various field scenarios
Supports various multimedia applications such as 360˚ images and sound sources
Function support to place important information such as memos and documents in space
Efficient information management support through database-based account management
|Web VR Editor|
|Web VR Editor - Edit Scean|
Key Offerings and Services
360˚ on-site shooting
Run Web VR Editor
Execution of Familiarization VR
- Implementation of virtual reality simulation function through 360º 3D scan data
- Implementation of functions that drive VR content on a web browser and allow users to directly create, edit, delete, and manage scenarios
- It is operated on a web basis and can be used through a web browser without separate installation.
- Support for utilizing various multimedia files
| Simulation through PC|| Simulation through VR HMD|
|< Checking the simulation using monitor and mouse. >||< Checking the simulation using HMD and controller. >|
|Hazmat suit wearing procedure||Ship structure familiarization|
Software Quality Certification & Thesis
|[Software Quality Certification] 1st Class (GS-22-0016)||[Thesis] A Study on the Performance of Pre-Operated|
Rendering Techniques to Reduce Rendering Loads
in a Web VR Environment
[Case] National Forensic Service
|National Forensic Service|