IRVINE, Calif., October 6, 2010 – EON Reality, the world’s leading interactive 3D software provider, today announced the release of EON Turbo Smartphone application, a software that allows users to publish EON content to mobile devices such as iPhone, Ipad and smartphones on Andriod, Apple, Windows Mobile and other browser enabled mobile operating systems.
EON Turbo allows developers to convert existing 3D data as well as functional animations to easy publishing on the web and wireless. Users can make hundreds of 3D objects readily available on the web or wireless in a matter of minutes. Content updates can be implemented with a click of a mouse compared with costly changes when using digital pictures or video. The user can rotate the product, look at selected details as well as conduct a product demonstration. Interact with an EON Turbo Smartphone application on your own smart phone.
“EON Turbo Smartphone application will allow our users to reach this massively growing market and can be used for retail as well as field technicians. Since EON Turbo, like many other EON tools have the capability to re-use CAD data for interactive applications this will allow manufacturers a new venue for their data,” said Mats W. Johansson, President, EON Reality.
About EON Reality
EON Reality, Inc. is the world’s leading interactive 3D visual content management and virtual reality software provider. EON’s solutions enable all organizations to more effectively visually communicate, collaborate and accelerate knowledge transfer. Industry leaders, including Atlas Copco, Bechtel, Boeing, Bombardier, Hon, Intel, Lexus, Lufthansa -Teknik, Peterbilt, Samsung, Siemens Medical, Suzuki, Toyota and Whirlpool use EON solutions to enhance the interactive user experience to effectively increase sales, better communicate product functionality and decrease the cost of service, training and technical support. Educational institutions and organizations who have adopted EON’s SBL technology solutions include: the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, the Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing and Technology (located on the campus of the Florence-Darlington Technical College), Honolulu Community College, Old Dominion University, Marquette University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Discovery World Museum, Oklahoma City Community College, Concord University, Texas State Technical College – Waco, El Paso Community College, University of Alabama, University of Hawaii, University of Kentucky and Fayetteville Technical Community College in North Carolina. For further information, visit www.eonreality.com.