Euclideon launches free streaming 3D service

By on 13 July, 2020

Euclideon makes its service for visualising and streaming massive 3D datasets available for free.

The company has today made its browser-based udStream product for visualising and streaming point clouds and large 3D models available under a ‘Freemium’ subscription model.

The service has no limits on point cloud sizes it can visualise, and enables free data storage, access, use, sharing and viewing of models created with udStream.

Euclideon CEO Daniel Zhang said that udStream can be used a medium for digital twin visualisation, and could help a larger volume of users to manage their work on 3D digital assets.

“Euclideon is providing our new 3D data visualisation solution udStream ‘Free’, because we genuinely believe more businesses’ should be allowed to ‘truly discover their data’ and solve challenging workflow problems,” he said.

“udStream solves the universal problem of massive point-cloud data files being simply ’too big’ to stream, share and visualise. Simply put, udStream effectively unlocks the priceless value in the volumes of data that businesses previously might have left untouched.”

Euclideon has announced that current ‘Vault’ customers will be automatically transferred to the usStream premium. The premium version of the service offers users additional licence flexibility and access to features such as IoT support, choice of a users’ own hosted servers, offline access and premium support services.

udStream Free is available for sign-up and can be used now.

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