HP Remote Graphics Software Supports 3Dconnexion 3D Mice

29 Nov, 2007

Users of SpaceExplorer and SpacePilot navigation devices can access 3D models and scenes from a remote location or across multiple workstations.

3Dconnexion, a Logitech company, announced this week that its SpaceExplorer and SpacePilot 3D mice are now supported by HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) v5, which gives designers advanced 3D navigation and control when working remotely in any application supported by 3Dconnexion.

According to the company, engineers, designers, and artists can use the SpaceExplorer or SpacePilot navigation devices to fly through 3D scenes and move 3D objects when accessing high-performance workstations remotely through HP RGS to view and edit 3D designs. In addition, 3Dconnexion's 3D mice allow design teams to manipulate 3D objects and scenes while collaborating and communicating in real-time on design and visualization projects.

"The navigation and control capabilities provided by SpaceExplorer and SpacePilot, coupled with HP's robust architecture in RGS for high-end graphic performance, virtually eliminates latency issues when exploring even the largest 3D models and scenes from a remote location or across multiple workstations," said Ziva Nissan, 3Dconnexion's director of product marketing. "This enhanced workflow will greatly benefit the collaboration of designers."