Visualization Systems - Vision and Perspective
When starting a new project, there are many things to consider, such as who the users will be, how much data you need, what kind of time and resources you have to work with, visualization needs, and so forth. Deciding whether to use Vision or Perspective really comes down to which module best fits your project at the visualization level.
When to Use Vision for a Project
Vision is the best choice for traditional industrial plant-floor and desktop screens , standalone HMIs, and the like. If you need a full, production-ready application right now, then it is best to choose Vision. If you’re using multi-monitor or multi-desktop workstations, dedicated control panels and applications, desktop-dedicated or dedicated-access applications, terminals, or parallel screens, then Vision is the best way to go.
When to Use Perspective for a Project
If you need to build mobile-responsive applications, then Perspective is the recommended way to go. If your application needs to run on a mobile OS , namely iOS or Android, then choose Perspective. If you need Two-Factor Authentication or federated identities for the application you're building, choose Perspective.
With Perspective, you can automatically adapt to fit any screen size using mobile-optimized container types. It provides the ability to use your device's sensors and intuitive touch commands, as well as message handling, flexible property bindings, and CSS3 styles.