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What's New in Vuforia Studio 9.17.0

Vuforia Studio There were no new features or updates for the 9.17.0 version of Vuforia Studio Vuforia View HoloLens: Dynamic bounding box information is now available at runtime iOS: iOS/iPadOS 17 is now supportediOS/iPadOS 15 is no longer supported Experience Service Ability to disable publishing experiences for offline viewingNote: If your Experience Service is hosted by PTC Cloud Services, open a Technical Support case requesting to update the configuration Bug Fixes See Bug Fixes for additional information on bugs resolved in this release

Episode 30 - Looking Back: The technology that’s tackling the climate crisis

A special New Year listen back. Here on The Third Angle, we’ve highlighted stories from all over the globe about how companies have used PTC technology to design a greener future. From the architects using clever design to create low-energy use homes to the engineers revolutionizing electric transport in Africa, we’ve heard from some inspiring people.   In this episode, we’re taking a listen back to some of those stories.   If this has left you wanting to know more, you can listen back to all of our episodes on the PTC website or wherever you get your podcasts.   Previous episodes of The Third Angle are available here.   Listen to the full Warehome episode here, and find out more about the company here.   Listen to the full Volvo episode here, and find out more about the company here.   Listen to the full EVBox episode here, and find out more about the company here.   Listen to the full Roam episode here, and find out more about the company here.   Your host is Paul Haimes from industrial software company PTC.   Episodes are released bi-weekly. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for updates.   Third Angle is an 18Sixty production for PTC. Executive producer is Jacqui Cook. Sound design and editing by Clarissa Maycock. And music by Rowan Bishop.  

Episode 29 - Jabra: Listening to the Future of Audio in 360 Degrees

“Spatialization or 3D rendering of sound means that you get the feeling that you are pulling your speakers out of your ears… hearing the sound or music coming from around you instead. It is actually proven through various studies that that is a more natural way of listening. ”   Jabra’s owner company GN is an audio and video communications technology company which was founded over 100 years ago to undertake the epic task of placing the first telephone line between China and Scandinavia. Since then they have continued to innovate in the area of communications and today they design and manufacture communications devices such as wireless earbuds, headsets, intelligent hearing aids and video conferencing solutions.   Their wireless earbuds are full of cutting edge technology such as advanced noise cancellation, wind cancellation and of course essential for the runners, sweat resistance. They even manufacture some of the toughest, most durable headphones on the market.   One of the latest advances though is spatial, or 3D audio, meaning sound it’s just left or right, it can be a 360 experience for the user.   Our producer Lærke Sivkjær went to visit Vice President of Consumer Devices, Morten Urup, at the Jabra offices in Copenhagen. Morton showed her the sound lab where testing for many of the products takes place, including two anechoic chambers which cancel out outside sound completely for a completely controlled audio environment. He also talks about the future of audio innovation and how AI may play a part in driving it forward.    

Episode 31 - Volvo Trucks: The augmented reality keeping first responders safe

“The rescue services need to know that the vehicle is safe to approach… with this app, we have a 3D view of each truck and this augmented reality view.”   With many governments making commitments toward zero-emission targets, more and more of the trucks on our roads are becoming electric. Whilst good news for the environment, it can present challenges for emergency responders, who may not be familiar with how these types of trucks are built. In the event of an accident, emergency services need to be able to access vehicles safely, and potentially, rescue people trapped inside. This means knowing things like where the battery is, where high-voltage cables are or which parts of the truck can be safely cut through.   Volvo Trucks is the market leader in the manufacture of electric trucks in Europe, and as has been the case for decades, they’re improving safety through clever innovation. They’ve developed an app for use at the scene of an emergency which guides those on the scene around the important components of the truck using 3D images as well as augmented reality. This means that first responders simply need to type the licence plate of the truck into the app and look at it through their device, and they can see information about the important components and potential hazards overlaid on the image.   Our producer Lasse Edfast travelled to Volvo Group’s HQ in Gothenburg, Sweden to meet Anna Wrige Berling, Traffic & Product Safety Director, and Vincent Barnoux, AR Expert & Business Solution Engineer at Volvo. They demonstrate the app for us on one of their trucks and talk about the benefits of using this kind of technology to safely guide users around electric vehicles.     

Creo Patterns Tips & Techniques Session Recording (East Coast)

Check out this video on Creo Additive MFG from PTC Application Engineers.Presenters: Jason Petersen (Solution Consultant, Principle)  & Lino Tozzi (Solution Consultant, Fellow) Original Date Presented: January 18th , 2024 (view in My Videos)

Creo Additive MFG Tips & Techniques Session Recording (East Coast)

Check out this video on Creo Additive MFG from PTC Application EngineersPresenters: Lino Tozzi (Solution Consultant, Fellow) and Ryan Butcher (Solution Consultant, Fellow)Original Date Presented: November 16, 2023To dive deeper into the subject, check out Creo Additive MFG.(view in My Videos)

MultiAxis Milling w Creo NC Tips & Techniques Session Recording (East Coast)

Check out this video on MultiAxis Milling w Creo NC from PTC Application EngineersPresenters: Lee Goodwin (Solution Consultant, Principal) and Ryan Butcher (Solution Consultant, Fellow)Original Date Presented: October 19, 2023 To dive deeper into the subject, check out MultiAxis Milling.(view in My Videos)

Episode 28 - Designing a Zero Waste Economy with Joe Iles from The Ellen MacArthur Foundation

“Identify and eliminate waste and pollution at source,  circulate products and materials at their highest value for as long as possible and regenerate natural systems. So, put back at least as much or more than you take out from the natural ecosystems on which we depend. And do all that by design.”   This podcast is no stranger to innovation that drives positive change. We’ve met people who are making electric transport easily accessible in Africa and those using VR  to enable medics to reach patients in disaster zones. But what if we could redesign the whole economy to make it waste-free and sustainable for the future?    The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was founded in 2010 by the sailor Ellen MacArthur, with the aim of driving forward a circular economy. Traditionally, we think of the economy as linear: we start with extracting raw materials, which we then make products, use those products for their lifespan, and then they are disposed of as waste. The circular economy takes a different approach, with all of the materials extracted and used designed to be recycled, re-used or fed back into the economy at different stages. This involves a different way of thinking at design stage    In this special episode of The Third Angle, Paul sits down in the studio to speak to Joe Iles, Circular Design Programme Lead at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. He tells us about the work he is doing to promote the circular economy, and talks about the main things designers should keep in mind when designing something truly sustainable.    Explore the rest of the episodes in the series, where we go on location to meet some of the companies helping to shape a better world.             

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