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French software company, Abvent, has dominated the first annual Digital Transition Plan for Buildings Awards held in Paris, France on 29 November 2016.
Head of KA-RA at Twinmotion will lead new combined Abvent unit.
Twin motion developer joins France’s Abvent SA, the developers of the famed Artlantis series of rendering products for the AEC industry. The R&D teams and marketing teams will be integrated to drive synergies and prepare for future directions in the market.
Abvent to host dual-timed, free online Twinmotion demos in February.
The developer of famed Artlantis Studio and Render have now launched a public beta of Render[in] for SketchUp. The rendering software plugin works entirely within SketchUp.
Twinmotion 2016 is a visualization and 3D immersion software that allows architects and designers to instantly create digital models of their 3D projects, adding life-like effects in real-time.
Abvent S.A., developer of Artlantis, has taken over the distribution and communication as well as support for Twinmotion. The announcement was timed yesterday to coincide with the launch of Twinmotion 2015, the latest version of this game-changing visualization software.
France’s Abvent releases new Artlantis 6 Render and Artlantis 6 Studio applications for 3D visualization for architects on Mac and Windows platforms.
Abvent announces iVisit 3D for Autodesk 360. Now Revit users can export out to this growing format for 3D mobile and web deployment
French-based Abvent releases new Artlantis 5 plugin for Rhino 5, enabling Rhino users on Windows to work in tandem with the popular dedicated rendering application on both Mac and Windows…
The leading BIM software tool is teaming with Abvent’s Artlantis in a Live Seminar to showcase rendering
Abvent releases new iVisit 3D for Autodesk 360 Rendering — offering new creative options for Autodesk Revit users
Now ArchiCAD users can tap the power of the new Abvent iVisit 3D experience
GRAPHISOFT and Abvent have both collaborated their software technologies for Bilkom’s “History comes to life in 3D” project