Arvizio announces version 2.0 of its AR Instructor platform with added support for Magic Leap 2

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July 22, 2022 – Arvizioa provider of augmented (AR) and mixed reality (MR) solutions for the enterprise, has this week announced AR Instructor 2.0 – a major enhancement to the company’s no code solution for AR guided instruction and remote expert support.

According to Arvizio, AR Instructor 2.0 delivers new features and capabilities across all devices, including support for the Magic Leap 2 headset, which will be generally available in September this year. The addition of Magic Leap 2 expands AR Instructor’s cross-platform device support, which also includes Microsoft HoloLens 2, iPad, iPhone, and Android mobile devices.

AR Instructor users can take advantage of Magic Leap 2’s next generation AR features – enhancing their experience with enterprise training and operational AR guided workflows. You can view a brief demonstration of AR Instructor on Magic Leap 2 below.

Arvizio stated that its latest release contains several new features, including 3D model animation and content caching, as well as enhancements to workflow drafting, publishing, and user access control. With AR Instructor 2.0, remote expert AR annotations are now multi-user capable and available across all supported devices. In addition, workflows can now be cloned, shared, and used by customer approved partner organizations.

“Organizations embracing AR to rapidly train, upskill and maximize their workforce demand a solution that is both user friendly and device agnostic,” said Jonathan Reeves, Founder and Chairman of Arvizio. “With the addition of Magic Leap 2, and robust feature enhancements, Arvizio’s AR Instructor 2.0 broadens cross-platform device flexibility and provides tools for effortless workflow creation and user management.”

AR Instructor enables no-code, customized sequential instruction overlaid in a technician’s field of view. These visual steps can include video clips, images, 3D models, documentation, AR annotations and symbols. In addition, users can connect with a remote expert or instructor with live see-what-I-see video and interactive mark-ups for additional guidance or work validation.

For more information on Arvizio and its AR Instructor platform, please visit the company’s website.

Image / video credit: Arvizio / YouTube

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