With the help of the reach distance avatar, you can already see during the planning in Halocline Layout which areas of your workstation are easily reachable and which are not.
The reach distance avatar
What is the reach distance avatar?
The reach distance avatar is an avatar that can be placed anywhere in the room. You can use different visualizations to see which objects are (easily) accessible. It can be displayed in a standing and in a sitting position.
The reach distance spheres visualize the areas of your workstation that are easily accessible (green) and those that are not (red).
The working heights show the minimum, optimum and maximum working heights. This visualization helps you to quickly see which objects are placed too high or too low.
The values for the reach distances and working heights depend on the size of the avatar (based on DIN EN ISO 14738:2009-07) and can be adjusted in the reach distance configurator (see below).
Activation of the Reach distance
Menu > Library > Reach distance
The reach distance avatar is now on your controller and can be placed in the world by clicking the trigger.
By default, there is one avatar in your reach distance library. Using the reach distance configurator (see below), you can create your own models. You can browse these variants on the controller's touchpad by pressing the left and right arrow keys.
You can place as many reach distance avatars as you like and edit the position afterwards with the adjust tool.
Click the touchpad up to show/hide all avatars.
With a click on the touchpad downwards, you can open a settings window. Here you can adjust various settings for the selected reach distance avatar. To edit multiple avatars at the same time, you can use the multiple selection.
Reach distance avatar - settings
Position - here you can change the posture of the represented avatar from standing to sitting. The visualizations will be adjusted accordingly.
Visualization - here you can switch between the view of the reach distance spheres and the view of the working heights, or hide the visualization altogether.
To get more information about each reach distance avatar, move your controller over the respective avatar. A tooltip will appear showing the name.
To delete the avatar, click on the trash can icon directly on the avatar or select an avatar and click on "Delete" in the menu.