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MeshX – The Solar System

MeshX™ allows the Dijt team to create interactive 3D experiences that were previously only possible within computer games. Because MeshX is powered by open technology built into all modern web browsers these interactive experiences go anywhere the web does, on both desktop and mobile devices. This beta release of The Solar System is a demonstration of the interactive and graphical possibilities available with MeshX.

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Mesh – Glasses Pull-Apart

Mesh™ enables beautifully rendered 3D animations to be embedded directly within websites. Whereas such sequences were previously only accessible on video, these rich components can now serve an integral part of a website’s storytelling. Mesh is built for the web, which means it works on any modern desktop or mobile device, at home, retail displays, or trade show exhibits. This proof-of-concept demonstrates the power of Mesh, with slide controls, revealing the components a pair of sunglasses. 

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MeshX – Industrial Kiosk Concept

It’s not unusual for a trade show exhibit to have a video playing on a large screen. But what if the video was also interactive? That was the premise behind this proof-of-concept powered by MeshX™. The high-quality animation invites interaction, and rewards the user with complete 3D freedom to explore the scene. When left unattended it simply returns to its looped sequence. Because MeshX is powered by web technologies built into every modern browser it can run on practically any kiosk hardware, including tablets and touchscreen connected PCs.

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Mesh – Enhanced Product Turntable

A significant advantage of computer rendering over traditional videography is the ability to defy the constraints of physics to express product features and capabilities. Mesh™ enables our 3D artists to bring this expressiveness to the web. This experiment takes the traditional product turntable to the extreme in terms of messaging and interactivity.

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MeshX – Interior Materials Experiment

Achieving photorealism with MeshX™ is much more complicated than with Mesh™. This ongoing experiment is part of an effort to close the gap between these two technologies. Specifically we are bringing together, in one scene, materials with distinctly different properties. This is a work in progress and more will be adding in time.

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MeshX – Fully Interactive Soccerball

Traditional product turntables restrict the freedom of movement about an object. MeshX™ allows for complete visibility of a product from all perspectives. This experiment demonstrates the potential of this technology for showcasing a product on a webpage. While demonstrated on a full screen, such interaction could be embedded alongside other components of a traditional ecommerce or branding site.

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