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Getting Started: Preparing the Digital Twin
Getting Started: Preparing the Digital Twin

The first steps: from setting up your workspace to Interactive Flows

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Getting Started

Former Step 1: Workspace Set Up

Step 2: Preparing the Digital Twin

In Step 2 of getting started with, you will need to prepare your Digital Twin. To create 3D models for your Twin, 3D Studio supports several file types, including FBX, OBJ, GLTF2, STL, PLY, and 3MF.

After completion publish the Digital Twin to make it widely available.

Digital Twin (Scene)

  • Standard available:

    • Parts Catalog

    • Covers Xray

    • Isolate

    • Slicer

  • Additional available functionality (defined and activated from the 3D Studio):

    • Hotspots

    • Animations on the Digital twin main screen

    • Configurations of the Digital twin

    • Select the color for highlights, visible in the Interactive Flow (changeable at the Settings of the Digital twin)

    • Define the Clearance Area of the machine – Digital Twin (relevant for MR)

    • Model Target Shape should be recognizable or explained (Where the user needs to aim) – add 2 images for the background and highlight

    • Set Thumbnails for the Knowledge Base Item in the project

    • Create a Dynamic Cable for animating.

    • Add rigged and animated models from other 3D programs.

Set the following:

To prepare your Digital Twin for Interactive Flows, you will need to activate relevant settings, including:

  • Text To Speech: TTS reads the title and description or only the title of the node (step)

  • TTS and Animations behavior: Basic Set Up - TTS completes reading the text, following animation will start

  • Speed of animation

  • Sound: yes/no

  • End survey: yes/no

Note: The settings activated on the level of the Digital Twin are relevant for all the Interactive Flows connected to that Digital Twin.


  • Publish for the relevant (or all) devices and all operating systems

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