Articles tagged with 'browser'

Video: 3DViewStation WebViewer V2019.0 News

13-06-19gnikol

Find below a quick video showing some of the news of 3DViewStation WebViewer V2019.0:

 

Video: 3DViewStation WebViewer v2018.0 News

26-06-18gnikol

A video showing some of the news of Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer V2018.0:

3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 video

04-11-15gnikol

A quick tour showing latest Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer version, your solution for mobile user, who need secure access to their 3D CAD data.

3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 Release

26-10-15gnikol

Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer v2015 has been released. Find a few impressions below or try online here.
3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 has (almost) same performance, same APIs, same functionality like known for our Desktop version. It is pure HTML5, no client install, no CAD data transferred to the client – fast with even low bandwidth and your IP is protected. Load a 20.000 parts assembly on you mobile device in 1 second…

Preview: Upcoming WebViewer 2015

28-03-15gnikol

a little video showing the upcoming 3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 version on various devices. 3DViewStation WebViewer 2015 and 3DViewStation Desktop & ActiveX will have same performance, same functionality, same APIs. English version here.

Preview: Kisters WebViewer version 2015

17-02-15gnikol

We are making progress on the release of our WebViewer 2015 version.
This is a completely rewritten Browser / Cloud viewer providing these highlights:

  • runs as fast as the Desktop version
  • can work on native CAD files or 3DVS file format – for top performance
  • provides same APIs as Desktop product
  • 3D data secured: pure server side rendering

So we are breaking barriers: even mobile users now can get access to all CAD data, even with low bandwidth and large assemblies, allowing to perform same analyses as on Desktop.

 

Video: 3D CAD Viewer on iPad: Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer

04-02-14gnikol

The Kisters 3DViewStation WebViewer Version is a web-browser based 3D CAD Viewer for i.e. iOS.As iOS does not support WebGL we will do the demo using our server-side rendering feature. For other operating systems like Android or Windows you might choose for client-side rendering.Advantages of server-side rendering:

  • runs on all systems with HTML5-based Web-browser 
  • data are protected as no geometries will be transmitted to the client 
  • better performance than client-side rendering, especially with low bandwidth and/or large assemblies