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Kevin Jackson and Roland Mányai

Kevin Jackson - Distinguished international business and marketing strategist with over 20 years of experience generating and sustaining global business partnerships. Entrepreneurial expert with outstanding record of developing new business concepts and strategies, creating global sales and marketing initiatives for virtual and augmented reality startups. Kevin is an accomplished writer who now leads the content team at Leopoly. Roland Mányai – Roland is the CEO of Leopoly and an innovative thinker and doer. He believes that 3D and VR technologies can improve our lives. With Leopoly he is working on offering easy to use tools to bridge the gap between high tech technologies and everyday people and companies. Roland is also founder of TEDxDanubia.
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5 Great Ways to Design in Virtual Space

Jul 13, 2017 5:00:23 AM / by Kevin Jackson and Roland Mányai posted in Augmented Reality, Virtual reality, 3D Content Creation, VR and AR Fusion, Investing in VR

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In our last blog entitled “Virtual Reality is the Future of Design”, we discussed the challenges of using CAD and modeling software and the opportunity to use virtual reality (VR) to both create and edit 3D models in room sized spaces. While this technology may sound like something from classic movies like “The Lawnmower Man” or “The Matrix”, it is very real and already being used by industry giants like Ford, Nike, and BAE Systems. 

 

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Virtual Reality is the Future of Design

Jun 21, 2017 8:35:51 AM / by Kevin Jackson and Roland Mányai posted in Augmented Reality, Virtual reality, 3D Content Creation, VR and AR Fusion, Investing in VR

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When computer aided design or CAD was first introduced back in 1957, it was a revolutionary replacement for a 2D drawing board. Research in the 1970s shifted from 2D to 3D and its findings gave rise to the introduction of AutoCAD in 1983, which was the first significant CAD program for the IBM PC. This was also a revolutionary step as the AutoCAD developers were able to offer the majority of functionalities offered by other developers at a fraction of the price. The global CAD market exploded from there to reach a forecasted $7.5 billion this year and $11.21 billion by 2023, while 3D modeling is expected to grow from $1.3 billion to $7 billion by 2023.

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