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Re: Surface Pro 4 debut

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@BobMileti @KennyG Hololens. What is the use case? What is it that you are visualizing (no pun intended) doing with it and SE?

Dan Staples
Director, Solid Edge Product Development

Re: Surface Pro 4 debut

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@dcstaples, I think it's the allure of  immersive 3D vision, infinite screen size, and mixing real existing products with overlayed edits from the 3D models...  and it's just cool!



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Re: Surface Pro 4 debut

Phenom
Phenom

@dcstaples wrote:

@BobMileti @KennyG Hololens. What is the use case? What is it that you are visualizing (no pun intended) doing with it and SE?


What's the "use case" ?  Furniture Design is a good example.

 

I think the idea of being able to walk around a chair is more realistic then spinning it in 3D space... that's really only 2D. Placing a chair in a room and seeing from different positions would be fantastic to experience.

 

Machine Design... walking up to a machine and experiencing the Huma Factors, etc. would help a lot.

 

The Development kit is $3,000

 

So hurry up so I can ask for one for Christmas.... I got my SP3 by asking for it for my birthday and that worked.

 

Bob

Re: Surface Pro 4 debut

Legend
Legend

Does this mean I could walk into a room on a jobsite and wave the Surface around and show people what the future interior would look like? That would be incredible!

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