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Tidbits: 3Dconnexion, Dosch and IMAGINiT Technologies news

CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on Dosch, 3Dconnexion and IMAGINiT

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Dosch Product News

Dosch has a series of new products out. The first one is People-Hard Light-Business, in the Dosch 2D Viz series. The Mac and Windows compatible product features 150 images of people in perfect “cut-outs” which blend into their respective backgrounds perfectly. The high-resolution images have a size of around 2000 x 4000 pixels per person. Each picture comes with a matching alpha channel. As usual with Dosch Viz-Images are license free and can therefore be used in commercial situations without additional license fees. Images are provided in the following popular file formats: TIF, PNG, JPG and PSD (Photoshop). Price is 89.USD or 69.EUR. Inquire here.

3Dconnexion News

Recently the super 3D mouse company known as 3Dconnexion has released some positive news. Besides some case studies (more on that in a second) back in June they announced that their lineup of 3D mice were certified for support of Autodesk Inventor 2013, including Autodesk Inventor Professional. This means engineers can utilize the precision 3D mice while developing their product designs.

“3Dconnexion support in Autodesk Inventor 2013 significantly enhances the design process by providing a faster and easier way to position 3D content while simultaneously accessing important application functions and editing tools with the standard mouse.” said Antonio Pascucci, vice president of products, 3Dconnexion.

In other news 3Dconnexion has announced a case study focused on London-based Framework Creative, a firm which specializes in visualization, spatial, interior and product design, providing a range of services from conceptual level through to detailed design. Owner Roddy Robertson talks about his use of SpaceMouse Pro and SpaceNavigator with Autodesk 3ds Max 2012 and Adobe CS5. You can read the full case study here.

IMAGINiT Technologies News

IMAGINiT Technologies have announced that they are one of the first partners to receive the exclusive Autodesk PLM 360 Specialization designation in both the United States and Canada. This means that the company has demonstrated total technical competence in implementing 360 solution strategies for clients of Autodesk products. To learn more read here.

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