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Altar Show
 
 
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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
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Mar 28, 2017 @ 9:12pm
Mar 29, 2017 @ 11:44pm
Description
Release date: Spring 2017
Altar Show is a collaborative Virtual Reality productivity tool, built for spatial thinking.

People—no matter their industry or line of work—love thinking with space. Whiteboards, hand gestures, and diagrams are all great examples. Altar Show leverages this human instinct in a collaborative productivity tool, which is inspired by cognitive neuroscience research.

Altar Show is built around the concepts of "Balloons" and "Relations."
• Balloons are nest-able worlds in which you can take notes or brainstorm. You can shrink a Balloon and move it around to organize your information.
• Relations enable you to connect and characterize your thoughts/ideas in Balloons.

Balloons and Relations are the first step to being able to take thoughts out of your head, and hold them in your hand. To Think in 3D. Check out our video to see Balloons and Relations in action!

In addition to helping you Think in 3D, we include great productivity features!

Creation
• 3D sketching with multiple pens
• Mediaboards (like whiteboards, but you can include other media such as images) with multiple pens
• Text via an in-app keyboard
• Speech-to-text

Import
• Log into Google Drive to import images, videos, and 3D objects, and more

Export
• Export the contents of a Mediaboard to your computer or to Google Drive
• Export 3D sketches as .FBX files
• Capture Rectangular or Panoramic screenshots of your environment

Collaborate
• Multiplayer support

Persistence
• Save and load Shows!
• Build up a spatial workspace over time, and revisit it alone or with collaborators.

Stay tuned for exciting updates about more ways to #ThinkIn3D. Visit altarvirtual.com for more information, or contact us at info@altarvirtual.com — we'd love to hear from you!


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3 Comments
johnyoneill Jun 2, 2017 @ 10:10pm 
I would definitly use it if I had VR. Good job.
zweckon May 18, 2017 @ 9:33am 
Great Idea! Really would like this Software for my studies in University. Keep up the good work!
nreggente Mar 29, 2017 @ 8:02am 
Feels like I'll be able to use the method of loci in VR. Dope!