PolyPort Is The 3D Asset Protection You’ve Been Waiting For

PolyPort 3D Asset Protection

When we last looked at PolyPort (formerly D3CRYPT3D), they were just buttoning up their shiny start-up pants, but already dropping jaws with their approach to 3D asset protection.

They ended up winning the SXSW Interactive Innovation Award for Privacy and Security, presented at SIGGRAPH, pitched at Patriot Boot Camp (PBC) and Veteran Shark Attack, announced a MyStemKits.com partnership, was accepted into the Darkfield cybersecurity accelerator, and released Beta 2.0 of their software. It all added up to 82 high-fives, 156 fist bumps and buckets of grit and determination to push the possibilities of complete 3D asset tracking, management, and IP protection.

When we last looked at PolyPort (formerly D3CRYPT3D), they were just buttoning up their shiny start-up pants, but already dropping jaws with their approach to 3D asset protection. They ended up winning the SXSW Interactive Innovation Award for Privacy and Security, presented at SIGGRAPH, pitched at Patriot Boot Camp (PBC) and Veteran Shark Attack, announced a MyStemKits.com partnership, was accepted into the Darkfield cybersecurity accelerator, and released Beta 2.0 of their software. It all added up to 82 high-fives, 156 fist bumps and buckets of grit and determination to push the possibilities of complete 3D asset tracking, management, and IP protection.

 PolyPort 3D asset protection
PolyPort 3D asset protection

This month, they released a new preview that shows just how far the software has come, with a sneak peek of where it’s going, in a look at PolyPort Alpha version 2.2:

Included are a completely redesigned UI, asset preview creation, quick access sharing, asset launching, more 3D file support, and an impressive Contract feature that allows easy asset management for outsourcing work – see that at the 2:30 mark.

The Contract Management includes the ability to select existing assets, sample assets and design sketches, set deadline and deliverables, choose from a personal contractor list, make calls, and upload job specifications and contracts.

Read the rest at SolidSmack.com

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