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Tvori Viewer

Design App Tvori to Broaden Collaborative Efforts Tomorrow

Tvori Viewer is coming to the Pro Version.

Animation and design app Tvori has been around for several years, allowing creators to build prototypes for films, XR apps and other projects. With remote collaboration more important than ever the company will be officially launching its Tvori Viewer app to aid remote review sessions between teams and clients.

Tvori Viewer

Tvori Viewer is a multi-user platform that’s been running in closed trials with companies signed up for the app’s enterprise-level pricing. It’s designed so that creators can build animated prototypes of their experiences using the Tvori editor before exporting and then inviting others to review the process.

Tomorrow’s launch will see Tvori Viewer arrive for the pro version, ensuring the feature is made available to even more customers. The pro version starts from $125 a month (annual payment) – there’s a 14-day free trial – but to join a meeting you don’t require a license. As such, only the designer who holds the license can create and manage the teams and meetings.

The app is both VR and standard monitor compatible, with guests receiving instructions to download Tvori Viewer for PC or for Oculus Quest, via SideQuest. When it comes to the Oculus Quest version Tvori plans on making this easier via an App Lab link which should be available soon. Once in the review, the host can play animations, switch between scenes and set viewpoints for the participants.

Tvori Viewer

It’s important to note that for the launch Tvori Viewer will be just that, a viewing app, guests won’t be able to directly edit anything. Tvori has said its currently beta testing MVP for Tvori on Quest with plans to launch in April. XR designers are encouraged to join the beta programme here.

If you want to see what Tvori’s like without signing up for the trial then there’s a free starter version which includes basic functionality. As further details arise regarding the Oculus Quest version and the Viewer coming to App Lab, VRFocus will let you know.

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